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Simulation of analog and digital energy measurements in the LDC electromagnetic calorimeter end-caps

Abstract : The energy resolution of the electromagnetic end-caps of the future LDC detector has been studied using two methods: the analog method, using the energy deposited in the active layers; and the digital one based on the number of hitted cells. The simulations show that for electron energies above 4 GeV, the energy resolution is better for the analog method while for low energies (E < 4 GeV), the digital method gives a better resolution. Other techniques, i.e. an hybrid method combining analog and digital methods or a modied digital method, have been tested to improve the energy resolution.
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M. Krim, D. Benchekroun, J.Y. Hostachy, L. Morin. Simulation of analog and digital energy measurements in the LDC electromagnetic calorimeter end-caps. 2007, pp.1-13. ⟨in2p3-00186160⟩

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