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CMS Pile-up Simulation

Monte Carlo simulation of pile-up is controlled by the code and configuration files of the package SimGeneral/MixingModule. An input distribution is specified for each set of production samples which is supposed to represent the distribution of the mean number of interactions seen during data-taking. Below you can find more information on how the simulation proceeds:

CMS Simulated Dataset Names

Below you can find information related to CMS Simulated Dataset Names:

ATLAS 2012 data Egamma-string sample for 2016 open data release

The ATLAS open data dataset is comprised of real data recorded with the ATLAS detector in 2012 and matching simulated data. The set of real data has an integrated luminosity approximately 1fb^-1 centre-of-mass energy of 8 TeV. Events come from period D of the 2012 data taking of the ATLAS experiment.

ATLAS 2012 data Muons-string sample for 2016 open data release

The ATLAS open data dataset is comprised of real data recorded with the ATLAS detector in 2012 and matching simulated data. The set of real data has an integrated luminosity approximately 1fb^-1 centre-of-mass energy of 8 TeV. Events come from period D of the 2012 data taking of the ATLAS experiment.

Validation code for 2010 Commissioning dataset, based on dimuon mass spectrum

This code for validation and benchmarking of the Commissioning dataset is set up at Research level, i.e. it requires university-student-level programming experience. Minimal acquaintance with Linux and the ROOT analysis package (https://root.cern.ch/) as well as a basic text editor is needed. Note that the code in this category is not meant to be a pedagogical example but is a validation tool

Validation code for 2010 MinimumBias dataset, based on track and vertex spectra

This code for validation and benchmarking of the MinimumBias dataset is set up at Research level, i.e. it requires university-student-level programming experience. Minimal acquaintance with Linux and the ROOT analysis package (https://root.cern.ch/) as well as a basic text editor is needed. Note that the code in this category is not meant to be a pedagogical example but is a validation tool