Simulated Events Production on the Grid for the BaBar Experiment Back to Source Title DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-184-1.ch022 ISBN13: 9781605661841 ISBN10: 1605661848 EISBN13: 9781605661858 Author(s): Daniele Andreotti (Ferrara University, Italy); Armando Fella (CNAF Bologna Centre, Italy); Eleonora Luppi (Ferrara University, Italy) Pages: 226-234 pp. Source Title: Handbook of Research on Grid Technologies and Utility Computing: Concepts for Managing Large-Scale Applications Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Emmanuel Udoh (Indiana University-Purdue University, USA); Frank Zhigang Wang (Cranfield University, UK) Copyright: 2009 Purchase On-Demand (Pay-Per-View) Access Pay-Per-View $30.00 Add to Cart Institutions with Pay-Per-View accounts: Login to download Abstract The BaBar experiment uses data since 1999 in examining the violation of charge and parity (CP) symmetry in the field of high energy physics. This event simulation experiment is a compute intensive task due to the complexity of the Monte-Carlo simulation implemented on the GEANT engine. Data needed as input for the simulation (stored in the ROOT format), are classified into two categories: conditions data for describing the detector status when data are recorded, and background triggers data for noise signal necessary to obtain a realistic simulation. In this chapter, the grid approach is applied to the BaBar production framework using the INFN-GRID network.

Simulated Events Production on the Grid for the BaBar Experiment

ANDREOTTI, Daniele;FELLA, ARMANDO;LUPPI, Eleonora
2009

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Simulated Events Production on the Grid for the BaBar Experiment Back to Source Title DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-184-1.ch022 ISBN13: 9781605661841 ISBN10: 1605661848 EISBN13: 9781605661858 Author(s): Daniele Andreotti (Ferrara University, Italy); Armando Fella (CNAF Bologna Centre, Italy); Eleonora Luppi (Ferrara University, Italy) Pages: 226-234 pp. Source Title: Handbook of Research on Grid Technologies and Utility Computing: Concepts for Managing Large-Scale Applications Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Emmanuel Udoh (Indiana University-Purdue University, USA); Frank Zhigang Wang (Cranfield University, UK) Copyright: 2009 Purchase On-Demand (Pay-Per-View) Access Pay-Per-View $30.00 Add to Cart Institutions with Pay-Per-View accounts: Login to download Abstract The BaBar experiment uses data since 1999 in examining the violation of charge and parity (CP) symmetry in the field of high energy physics. This event simulation experiment is a compute intensive task due to the complexity of the Monte-Carlo simulation implemented on the GEANT engine. Data needed as input for the simulation (stored in the ROOT format), are classified into two categories: conditions data for describing the detector status when data are recorded, and background triggers data for noise signal necessary to obtain a realistic simulation. In this chapter, the grid approach is applied to the BaBar production framework using the INFN-GRID network.
9781605661841
Grid Computing; Large-Scale Application; Monte Carlo Simulation
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