/MinBias_Tune4C_2760GeV_pythia8_cff_py_GEN_SIM_START311_V2_Dec11_v1/hvanhaev-MinBias_Tune4C_2760GeV_pythia8_cff_py_Step3_START42_V11_Dec11_v2-2d9bf05578d0689d9cfc440754686e87/USER, CMS Collaboration
Cite as: CMS Collaboration (2019). Simulated dataset MinBias_Tune4C_2760GeV_pythia8_cff_py_GEN_SIM_START311_V2_Dec11_v1 in GEN-SIM-RECO format for Run2011A. CERN Open Data Portal. DOI:10.7483/OPENDATA.CMS.P7WD.NL5I
Simulated dataset MinBias_Tune4C_2760GeV_pythia8_cff_py_GEN_SIM_START311_V2_Dec11_v1 in GEN-SIM-RECO format (see CMS Monte Carlo production overview) format for Run2011A data at 2.76 GeV.
See the description of the simulated dataset names in: About CMS simulated dataset names.
These simulated data correspond to the collision data that were collected by the CMS experiment during Run2011A and contain the simulation of the CASTOR calorimeter.
These data were generated in several steps (see also CMS Monte Carlo production overview):
Global Tag: START311_V2::All
Configuration file (link)
The generation and simulation of simulated Monte Carlo data has been validated through general CMS validation procedures.
You can access these data through the CMS Virtual Machine. Note that even if these simulated data correspond to data taken in 2011, the CMS 2010 Virtual Machine should be used, as the data were reconstructed using a CMSSW version compatible with that environment. See the instructions for setting up the Virtual Machine and getting started with CASTOR calorimeter data in
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