This page lists the public plots illustrating single particle response. See also ApprovedPlotsTileEnergyCalibration for single-beam and cosmic muon data

Truncated $\Delta E / \Delta x$ distribution for calorimeter cell D5 module 10 obtained using 2011 experimental and simulated $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ collision data. For each muon the deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the response $\Delta E / \Delta x$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 muon experimental data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. For each muon the deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using an non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the response $\Delta E / \Delta x$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 muon experimental data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. For each muon the deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using an non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the double ratio response $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the double ratio response $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the estimated dispersion of the relative cell response $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the estimated dispersion of the relative cell response $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Schematic overview of the Tile Calorimeter showing the double ratio response change between 2011 and 2012 $\tfrac{R_{2012} - R_{2011}}{R_{2011}}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 and 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Numbers are in percentage. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Distribution of the the double ratio response changes between 2011 and 2012 $\tfrac{R_{2012} - R_{2011}}{R_{2011}}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each cell type, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 and 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental data and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Shown are the mean and the statistical error on the mean of the distribution. Numbers are in percentage.Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal innermost layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal innermost layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal middle layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. The outliers at $\eta = \pm0.95$ represent the response of the calorimeter cells C10. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal middle layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. The outliers at $\eta = \pm0.95$ represent the response of the calorimeter cells C10. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal outermost layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2011 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Calorimeter cell responses $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data}$ and $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ and ratio $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ versus pseudorapidity $\eta$ for the ATLAS TileCal outermost layer, obtained from the average in $\phi$ of the truncated means for each cell using 2012 experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Statistical errors are shown. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

The ATLAS Tile Calorimeter double ratio response $\left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{data} / \left(\Delta E / \Delta x\right)_\mathrm{MC}$ to $W\rightarrow\mu\nu$ muons from collisions for each radial layer, obtained from the weighted average in $\eta$ for each cell type using experimental and simulated data. Cell types with $\eta<0.1$ and the gap/crack scintillators are not taken into account in the analysis. The deposited energy $\Delta E$ is reconstructed at EM scale using a non-iterative Optimal Filtering algorithm for experimental and simulated data. The path length $\Delta x$ of the muon through a calorimeter cell was evaluated as the distance between the entrance and exit points. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 2nd September 2015 | pdf version of the figure |

Ratios of the D5+D6 cells muon signals over the noise (SNR), as a function of the muon track η, for standard offline readout of 2012 data and for LVL1 readout as measured in 2011 during pp collisions, zoomed in the region of interest in η. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 22nd June 2013 | pdf version of the figure |

Ratios of the D5+D6 cells muon signals over the noise (SNR), as a function of the muon track η, for standard offline readout of 2012 data and for LVL1 readout as measured in 2011 during pp collisions, zoomed in the region of interest in η. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Date: 22nd June 2013 | pdf version of the figure |

Average energy response versus η in TileCal D5 and D6 cells (η>0), using collision muons in 2012 data. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout event-by-event, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut). The sum D5+D6 is shown in full circles, the individual cells D5 and D6 in open circles. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. η of the muon is obtained by extrapolating the muon track from the Inner Track through Tile Calorimeter to the Muon Spectrometer. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 | |

Average energy response versus η in TileCal D5 and D6 cells (η<0), using collision muons in 2012 data. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout event-by-event, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut). The sum D5+D6 is shown in full circles, the individual cells D5 and D6 in open circles. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. η of the muon is obtained by extrapolating the muon track from the Inner Track through Tile Calorimeter to the Muon Spectrometer. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 | |

Average energy response in TileCal D5 (η>0) versus Δφ, using collision muons in 2012 data. Δφ represents the angle from the center of a Tile Calorimeter module to the center of the adjacent module, ranging from 0 to 2π/64 rad. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut), integrated over the entire η ranges of the cell. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. The decrease in response in the interface between two adjacent modules is 5% due to the gap of a few millimeters that allows for the WLS fibres to run to the outer radius of the calorimeter between two modules. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 | |

Average energy response in TileCal D5 (η<0) versus Δφ, using collision muons in 2012 data. Δφ represents the angle from the center of a Tile Calorimeter module to the center of the adjacent module, ranging from 0 to 2π/64 rad. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut), integrated over the entire η ranges of the cell. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. The decrease in response in the interface between two adjacent modules is 5% due to the gap of a few millimeters that allows for the WLS fibres to run to the outer radius of the calorimeter between two modules. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 | |

Average energy response in TileCal D6 (η>0) versus Δφ, using collision muons in 2012 data. Δφ represents the angle from the center of a Tile Calorimeter module to the center of the adjacent module, ranging from 0 to 2π/64 rad. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut), integrated over the entire η ranges of the cell. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. The decrease in response in the interface between two adjacent modules is 5% due to the gap of a few millimeters that allows for the WLS fibres to run to the outer radius of the calorimeter between two modules. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 | |

Average energy response in TileCal D6 (η<0) versus Δφ, using collision muons in 2012 data. Δφ represents the angle from the center of a Tile Calorimeter module to the center of the adjacent module, ranging from 0 to 2π/64 rad. Shown is the average response measured by summing the contributions of both PMTs from the double readout, between 200 MeV (lower cut) and 20 GeV (upper cut), integrated over the entire η ranges of the cell. The error bars represent the standard error on the mean. The decrease in response in the interface between two adjacent modules is 5% due to the gap of a few millimeters that allows for the WLS fibres to run to the outer radius of the calorimeter between two modules. W → μν events are selected using cuts in missing transverse energy E_{T} > 40 GeV and transverse mass M_{T} > 25 GeV. Events are required to have a single reconstructed muon track. Contact: `Marco van Woerden` Marius.Cornelis.van.Woerden@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-009 Date: 22nd June 2013 |

Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by energy over momentum (E/p), as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 1.6 fb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The fraction of events with additional simultaneous proton-proton collisions (pile-up) was negligible. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A2 tune, and the MSTW2008 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation. The average of the E/p distribution is 0.64.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons (logarithmic scale), characterised by energy over momentum (E/p), as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 1.6 fb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The fraction of events with additional simultaneous proton-proton collisions (pile-up) was negligible. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A2 tune, and the MSTW2008 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation. The average of the E/p distribution is 0.64.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (E/p) as a function of momentum, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and φ coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 1.6 fb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The fraction of events with additional simultaneous proton-proton collisions (pile-up) was negligible. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A2 tune, and the MSTW2008 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of pseudo-rapidity integrated over the φ coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 1.6 fb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The fraction of events with additional simultaneous proton-proton collisions (pile-up) was negligible. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A2 tune, and the MSTW2008 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of φ integrated over the pseudo-rapidity coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 1.6 fb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The fraction of events with additional simultaneous proton-proton collisions (pile-up) was negligible. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A2 tune, and the MSTW2008 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by energy over momentum (E/p), as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation. The average of the E/p distribution is 0.78.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons (logarithmic scale), characterised by energy over momentum (E/p), as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the blue line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation. The average of the E/p distribution is 0.78.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of momentum, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and φ coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the red line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of pseudo-rapidity integrated over the φ coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the red line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of φ integrated over the pseudo-rapidity coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the red line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Calorimeter response to single isolated charged hadrons, characterised by the mean of the energy over momentum (<E/p>) as a function of pile-up (<μ>), integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and φ coverage of the calorimeter, as measured by the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter using 417.8 nb^{-1} of proton-proton collision data at 13 TeV collected in 2015. The data is compared to simulated events generated using PYTHIA 8.186, with the A14 tune, and the NNPDF23 LO parton distribution function set. The energy is reconstructed from topological clusters matched to a track in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Tracks are required to pass minimum quality criteria and p > 2 GeV. To reduce contamination from neutral hadrons and muons, the energy deposited in the electromagnetic calorimeter is required to be less than 1 GeV, and the fraction of energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter at least 70%. Black dots represent data and the red line represents simulation. Statistical uncertainties are shown for data and simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation.Contact: `Joakim Olsson` joakim.olsson@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2016-050Date: 20 July 2017 |
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Mean value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $\eta$, integrated over all $p$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the mean value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Bins with low statistics with track $|\eta| > 1.6$ have been removed.Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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Mean value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $\phi$, integrated over all $p$ and $\eta$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the mean value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Each bin cover a dphi range of ~0.4Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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Mean value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $p$, integrated over all $\eta$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the mean value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Bins after 20 GeV due to the lack of statistics.Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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RMS value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $\eta$, integrated over all $p$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the RMS value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Bins with low statistics in the range $|\eta| > 1.6$ have been removed.Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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RMS value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $\phi$, integrated over all $p$ and $\eta$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the RMS value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Each bin cover a dphi range of ~0.4.Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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RMS value of the $E/p$ variable as a function of $p$, integrated over all $\eta$ ranges for 2010 Data and Monte Carlo simulation. $E$ refers to the energy deposited in the Tile Calorimeter ($|\eta| < 1.7$) by the isolated charged particles with momentum $p$ and pseudorapidity $\eta$ (excluding the energy deposited in the scintillators). Charged particles have been selected applying a MIP-like signal requirement for the energy deposition in the LAr calorimeter. Bottom plot: Data/MC ratio of the RMS value of the $E/p$ variable, fitted with a constant function. The error shown is only statistical. Bins after 20 GeV are removed due to the lack of statistics.Contact: `Antonella Sucurro` Antonella.Sucurro@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2011-001Date: 24 March 2011 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of pseudo-rapidity, integrated over the phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same pseudo-rapidity bins. The largest disagreement is 10% for 0.9 < |η| < 1.1.Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks, showering predominantly in Layer A, as a function of pseudo-rapidity, integrated over the phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same pseudo-rapidity bins. The largest disagreement is 10% for 0.9 < η < 1.1.Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks, showering predominantly in Layer BC, as a function of pseudo-rapidity, integrated over the phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same pseudo-rapidity bins. The largest disagreement is 12% for -1.1 < η < -0.9.Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of momentum, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same momentum bins. The largest disagreement is 12% for 11 < p < 12 GeV. Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 | eps version of the figure |

Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks, showering predominantly in Layer A, as a function of momentum, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same pseudo-rapidity bins. The largest disagreement is 14% for 11 < p < 12 GeV.Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 | eps version of the figure |

Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2011 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 7 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in transverse momentum. The energy of the track is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of phi, integrated over the |η| < 0.7. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same phi bins. The largest disagreement is 10% for 0.9 < Φ < 1.1.Contact: `David Jennens` David.Jennens@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2013-011 ATL-COM-TILECAL-2013-034Date: 10 July 2013 | eps version of the figure |

Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2012 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 8 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in momentum. The energy of the isolated hadron is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of pseudo-rapidity, integrated over the phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same pseudo-rapidity bins. The largest disagreement is 9% for η < -1.5.
Contact: `Leonor Cerda Alberich` and `Carlos Solans` Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2015-014Date: 2nd March 2015 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2012 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 8 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in momentum. The energy of the isolated hadron is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of momentum, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same momentum bins. The largest disagreement is 18% for 9 < p < 10 GeV.
Contact: `Leonor Cerda Alberich` and `Carlos Solans` Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2015-014Date: 2nd March 2015 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2012 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 8 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in momentum. The energy of the isolated hadron is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of phi, integrated over the η coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same phi bins. The largest disagreement is 11% for -0.6 < φ < -0.4.
Contact: `Leonor Cerda Alberich` and `Carlos Solans` Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2015-014Date: 2nd March 2015 |
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Calorimeter Response characterised by energy over momentum (E/p) for isolated tracks, as measured with the Tile Calorimeter, using proton-proton collision data from 2012 in the Minimum Bias stream. Minimum Bias monte carlo is generated using Pythia 6 and simulated using Geant4, with the QGSP_Bertini physics list. Simulation is normalized to data using 8 bins in pseudo-rapidity and 16 bins in momentum. The energy of the isolated hadron is reconstructed using all nearby clusters in a cone of ΔR < 0.2. Selected tracks pass minimum quality criteria, have pT > 2 GeV and deposit less than 1 GeV in the electromagnetic calorimeter. The plot shows the mean of the E/p ratio for hadronic tracks as a function of μ, integrated over the pseudo-rapidity and phi coverage of Tile Calorimeter. Black dots represent data and red dots represent simulation. The lower plot shows the ratio of data to simulation in the same μ bins. The largest disagreement is 4% for 6 < μ < 9.
Contact: `Leonor Cerda Alberich` and `Carlos Solans` Reference: ATLAS-PLOT-TILECAL-2015-014Date: 2nd March 2015 |
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