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1 NC Energy Estimators 2 Philip Rodrigues 27/03/2007

2 Story so far… Look at peak and RMS of (E reco -E true )/E true –Choice of reco and true Whether to include true CC events –(Yes) Only ND so far

3 This week... Far detector too Whether to include E lepton in truth Performance as function of true E

4 Method (same as before) Hedge my bets: –Run with different E true –Run with/without CC bg –Run with different E reco 1.Plot (E reco -E true )/E true 2.Fit gaussian to peak 3.Scale E reco until fit peaks at 0

5 Including E lepton in truth Without E l : Misidentified true CC events bias scale With E l : True CC events peak at same place as NC (no bias) True CC peak more symmetrical and narrower Conclusion: always include true CC and E lepton from now on...

6 Near Best 3 reco/true pairs: RecoTrueCalib RMS deweightCCtrueVisibleE + E l deweightCCshowerE + E l deweightNCtrueVisibleE+E l 0.369

7 Near – performance vs E Top: position of peak Bottom: RMS times sqrt(E) deweightCC flatter, but deweightNC better resolution at high E

8 Far Best 3 reco/true pairs: RecoTrueCalib RMS deweightNCtrueVisibleE + E l deweightNCshowerE + E l deweightCCtrueVisibleE+E l 0.298

9 Far – performance vs E Now not much difference in flatness, but deweightNC better resolution at high E

10 Summary ‘Calibrating’ for all NC selected including true CC : –loses very little –potentially gains a lot –requires E lepton to be included in truth Not sure which estimator to recommend


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