Conference on Group Theory by R. W. Gatterdam, K. W. Weston

By R. W. Gatterdam, K. W. Weston

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5in Erice˙DAA˙Master˙975x65 S. Petrera References [1] Geant4 Collaboration, “Geant4 - a simulation toolkit”, Nucl. Instr. Meth. A506 (2003) 250 [2] R. Brun, M. C. Lassalle, GEANT User’s Guide, CERN DD/EE/82 edition, 1982 [3] M. Ambrosio et al, Nucl. Instrum. Methods A486 (2002) 663 [4] B. Pontecorvo, J. Exp. Theor. Phys. 33 (1957) 549 and J. Exp. Theor. Phys. 34 (1958) 247 [5] G. Battistoni et al, Astropart. Phys. K. Gaisser et al, Proceedings of 27th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Hamburg (2001) 1643 [7] V.

The main components of the detector are sketched in the figure. The signals are continuously digitized with 16 bit dynamic range at 40 MHz sampling rate and temporarily stored in local memory. 2 VEM in sliding window of 3 µs in each of 3 or more tanks). Fig. 6 shows the implementation of the SD simulation in the Auger offline framework. The simulation is split into sequences of self contained processing steps, called modules. This modular design allows collaborators to easily exchange code, compare algorithms and build up a wide variety of applications by combining modules in various sequences.

This medium has an important role in three different processes: • the production of neutrino induced muons; • the muon transport to the apparatus; • the background evaluation of fake upward muons. 3. Data interpretation The UpThrough topology is very clear in MACRO and their detection is robust. This can be easily recognized from Fig. 2. 75] are accepted as upward-going at the end of the analysis chain. The up-down symmetry of the detector and of the analysis chain allows to keep the downward-going muons together with the upward-going sample, which is smaller by about a factor of 10−6 .

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