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Object oriented reconstruction and particle identification in the ATLAS calorimeter

Abstract : The reconstruction and subsequent particle identification is a challenge in a complex and a high luminosity environment such as those expected in the ATLAS detector at the LHC. The ATLAS software has chosen the object oriented paradigm and has recently migrated much of its software components developed earlier using procedural programming languages. The new software, which emphasizes on the separation between algorithms and data objects, has been successfully integrated in the broader ATLAS frame work. We will present a status report of the reconstruction software summarizing the experiences gained in the migration of several software components. We will examine some of the components of the calorimeter software design, which include simulation of real-time detector effects and online environment, and strategies deployed for identification of particles.
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B. Caron, J. Collot, E. Frank, Anupam Gupta, P. Loch, et al.. Object oriented reconstruction and particle identification in the ATLAS calorimeter. CHEP'01 : Computing in High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physics, Sep 2001, Beijing, China. pp.182-185. ⟨in2p3-00011245⟩

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