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Run II Software Algorithms

(Coordinators: Qizhong Li and Erich Varnes)
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Page updated September 26, 2008
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Generic How-to Doc's for Everyone
Event Samples Info
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Frequently Asked Questions
Executables provided by the Software Algorithms group
Current status: Monte Carlo Trigsim Level 3 RECO
How to run: Monte Carlo Trigsim   RECO
Summary of production releases

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The Software Algorithms Group

The Software Algorithms group is responsible for developing all "algorithms" used within the experiment. These include those used in the trigger (e.g. Level 2, Level 3) and those used offline (e.g. reco and the simulation). Some of the products produced by the Algorithms groups are the Level 3 filtering software, the offline reconstruction program, the simulation programs and the various forms of event samples to be used for physics analysis (e.g. thumbnails, DST's, etc.). These products are the backbone of the DØ physics analysis program. If you are interested in contributing to this effort, please contact one of the Algorithms group leaders or talk to your Physics group conveners.

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User's Corner

Information about available DØ Event Samples.

Information about the DØ Data Formats.

Information about DØ Level 3

Information about the DØ Reconstruction Program.

Information about the DØ Simulation Programs.

DØ Farm Processing.

Details to help people doing DØ analyses...

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