Tag archive: particle flow algorithm

Particle flow

| 18 April 2013 With the help of the particle flow algorithm, physicists will be able to identify and measure each particle of a collision using the subdetector which provides the best measurement. LCpedia explains. Category: LCpedia | Tagged: , ,

Going with the particle flow

| 15 September 2011 Resolved that pictures of particle jets don’t have to be fuzzy or gnarled, scientists developed the particle flow algorithm, a paradigm for effectively teasing out each particle’s energy from another’s. To make it work, researchers expanded the tracking capabilities of the detector model, enabling it to measure energies with higher precision. Category: Feature | Tagged: , , ,

Key evaluations underway for particle-flow calorimetry

25 June 2009 Scientists just finished successfully testing the first particle flow algorithm hadronic calorimeter for the International Linear Collider, with unprecedented granularity and novel readout technology. This sub-detector, the analog hadronic calorimeter, was built by the CALICE (Calorimeter for the Linear Collider Experiment) collaboration and is one of several options for the hadronic calorimeter of a future ILC detector. Category: Feature | Tagged: , ,

Algorithms Flow at Detector Simulation Workshop

| 2 February 2006 Last month in Boulder, Colorado, about 30 scientists shared ideas and worked together on software problems at the American Linear Collider Physics Group Detector Simulation Workshop. Category: Feature | Tagged: , ,