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Robust Trigger March 2, 2008

Posted by gordonwatts in ATLAS, D0.
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I’ve got to give a talk on Trigger Robustness next Tuesday (the link is protected unless you are a member of ATLAS – sorry). This is supposed to be robustness in all aspects of the word: against beam-gas events, against DAQ problems, against calibration problems, etc.

If you were attending this thing and were to hear a report from the Tevatron, what would you want to hear?

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1. Camille B.-Champagne - March 3, 2008

Maybe this is a bit too last minute to be included but eh, I’ll be there, so I might as well chime in: what I would like to know is what happened to cause problems that was totally unexpected and also what are the insidious things that have taken much too long to be detected?

See you tomorrow!

2. gordonwatts - March 3, 2008

Things that took too long: noise in all of its glorious forms.🙂

Unexpected: from all over. Wait until you see one of my posts in a few days (mostly written, must make sure it is santized since it talks about computer security). Though I will mention it in the talk. I’ll try to find some other things.


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