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Re: very high reconstructed momenta of muons [message #13338 is a reply to message #13317] Tue, 17 April 2012 00:42 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Malgorzata Gumberidze is currently offline  Malgorzata Gumberidze
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Dear All,

I have made few more test after discussions with Stefano in order to check
where the high momenta tail is coming from: tracking code or Kalman
(as it was suggested by Gianluigi).

What i have done is to switch on native tracking by using in the pid level:

PndPidCorrelator* corr = new PndPidCorrelator();
corr->SetInputBranch("SttMvdGemTrack");
corr->SetInputIDBranch("SttMvdGemTrackID");
corr->SetDebugMode(kFALSE);
fRun->AddTask(corr);


One can see that the tail at high momenta (up to 15GeV/c) is present
also with native tracking. So it means it is not coming from genfit.

It would be nice that experts can cross check this problem in the code as well.

gosia
 
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