November 29, 2021 to December 3, 2021
Virtual and IBS Science Culture Center, Daejeon, South Korea
Asia/Seoul timezone

Multi-Jet Event classification with Convolutional neural network at Large Scale

contribution ID 758
Not scheduled
20m
Windmill (Gather.Town)

Windmill

Gather.Town

Poster Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools Posters: Windmill

Speaker

Jiwoong Kim (Kyungpook National University (KR))

Description

We present the first application of scalable deep learning with a high-performance computer (HPC) to physics analysis using the CMS simulation data with 13 TeV LHC proton-proton collision. We build a convolutional neural network (CNN) model which takes low-level information as images considering the geometry of the CMS detector. The CNN model is implemented to discriminate R-parity violating supersymmetry (RPV SUSY) signal events from the background events with inelastic quantum process from the Standard Model (QCD multi-jet). We compare the classification performance of the CNN method with the traditional cut-based method that has been widely used in high-energy physics so far. We show that the obtained signal efficiency (and expected significance) of the CNN method is 1.85 (1.2) higher than that of the cut-based method. To speed up the training, we perform the studies at the Nurion HPC system at Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) up to thousands of parallel "Xeon Phi" CPUs. We demonstrate the scalability with our CNN model up to 1024 nodes based on the HPC.

References

http://www.kps.or.kr/conference/event/content/program/search_result_abstract.php?id=1692&tid=162

Significance

This is the first application of scalable deep learning with high performance computer to physics analysis using the CMS simulation data with 13 TeV LHC proton-proton collision.

This study prospects that the training time can be effectively shortened through scalable deep learning in the SUSY model, which requires a long training time due to its large number of parameters, and the HL-LHC era, which will generate enormous data in the future.

Speaker time zone Compatible with Asia

Primary authors

Chang-Seong Moon (Kyungpook National University (KR)) Junghwan Goh (Kyung Hee University (KR))

Co-authors

Jiwoong Kim (Kyungpook National University (KR)) Jaegyoon Hahm (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) Taeyoung Hong (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) Minsik Kim (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) Hunjoo Myung (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) Hwidong Yoo (Yonsei university) Hokyeong Nam (Kyungpook National University (KR)) Dongsung Bae (Kyung Hee University (KR)) Changhyun Yoo (Kyung Hee University (KR)) Sungwon Kim (Yonsei University) Tongil Kim (Yonsei University) Soonwook Hwang (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) Kihyeon Cho (KiSTi Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR))

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