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17:39, 22 February 2021 XJLink Manager.png (file) 19 KB Lra034   1
17:11, 22 February 2021 XJDemo v3.1.png (file) 209 KB Lra034   1
09:51, 10 March 2010 XJDemo v2.0.png (file) 139 KB Nfyku   1
09:51, 10 March 2010 XJDemo v1.2.png (file) 30 KB Nfyku   1
14:44, 4 September 2013 Virtuoso schematic editor.png (file) 11 KB Ave082   1
23:56, 2 March 2016 Vga.txt (file) 7 KB Nas005 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
12:26, 20 May 2009 User guide busybox.pdf (file) 1.44 MB Rbo021   1
13:19, 27 June 2011 UDMOverview2.pdf (file) 681 KB Jli051 Talk given at Fysikermøtet 2011, University of Oslo 1
13:50, 12 May 2011 U2.vhdl.txt (file) 20 KB Sya081   1
13:46, 12 May 2011 U2.ucf.txt (file) 28 KB Sya081   1
13:50, 12 May 2011 U1.vhdl.txt (file) 20 KB Sya081   1
13:34, 12 May 2011 U1.ucf.txt (file) 27 KB Sya081   1
18:58, 19 May 2016 TTCrx receiver v2.0.2.pdf (file) 565 KB Are033 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
12:36, 18 February 2009 TTC Receiver schematic v1-1 final.png (file) 31 KB Nfyku   1
20:49, 16 November 2009 Transient.png (file) 12 KB Ave082   1
09:32, 23 February 2009 TPC-FEE blockdia.png (file) 63 KB Nfyku   1
14:12, 24 August 2009 TOR specification.doc (file) 3.59 MB Lli003 It is specification for TOR. 1
13:22, 9 December 2009 Top charge Tonoyan IFTSeminar 09Dec2009.pdf (file) 206 KB Ato061   1
15:04, 1 June 2010 Thesis Svandal.pdf (file) 1.39 MB Aaa014 The ATLAS working group has defined some safe variables that is well understood at the ATLAS early data taking. With these safe variables they have developed some safe cuts by using TMVA, that removes approximatly 70%(Loose), 50%(Medium), and 30%(Tight) of the signal. In this thesis I have made a likelihoodfunction based on the safe variables, figure 4.19, if we make cuts on this likelihood we manage to keep the same amount of signal while we reject more background than the safe cuts do. As shown in table 4.2 a cut on this likelihoodfunction will reject 5 times more background than the loose cut, and 2 times more background than the medium cut. This means that it can be a good idea to use those likelihoodcuts instead of using the safe cuts. 1
15:10, 27 November 2009 Thesis presentation.pdf (file) 11.68 MB Mug004   1
14:27, 1 February 2012 Thesis orjan dale.pdf (file) 8.9 MB Nfyal All you need to know about susy with taus in ATLAS and mysteries hidden in 2010 ATLAS collision data 1
17:19, 16 October 2014 ThesisMain AlexKastanas.pdf (file) 12.43 MB Nfyal   1
09:49, 4 June 2010 Thesis Maeland.pdf (file) 6.42 MB Jma049 Theories that include extra dimension, may change the Planck scale to the order of the electroweak symmetry breaking scale. This may allow for the creation of black hole and string balls at particle physics experiments, like those at the Large Hadron Collider. The decay of black holes and sting balls will have unique signatures, that allows us to discover them. The main focus for this thesis have been to studying the decay of simulated black holes and string balls. Where we have been focusing on methods to remove standard model backgrounds from our signal selection. If black hole and string balls are able to be produced at the Large Hadron Collider, we conclude that ATLAS will have great discovery potential for black holes and string balls. 1
12:17, 10 January 2012 Thesis Helle.pdf (file) 27.44 MB Nfyst   1
12:20, 1 June 2010 Thesis aasvold.pdf (file) 1.28 MB Aaa014 Neutrinos escaping detection is one of the main problems in mass reconstruction with tau leptons. They must be neglected or corrected for in some way. This thesis discusses two methods of handling the neutrinos in different ways. The Collinear Approximation (CA) builds upon the assumption that the neutrinos travel in the same direction as the visible tau decay products. The boost method neglects the neutrino energy contribution in the leading visible tau, as seen from the mother particle's reference system. The methods have been studied with simulated \Z°→τ+τ- , \H°→τ+τ-, and QCD samples, and with early data from ATLAS. This work shows that the weaknesses of CA is that the transverse angle of the transverse missing energy has to lie between the transverse angle of the two visible taus, and that it collapses with back-to-back taus in the transverse plane. A strength of the CA is that it uses the missing energy, which is all information available about the neutrinos. The CA works better for boosted taus, i.e. taus decaying from heavy particles, like H° and Z°. The weaknesses of the boost method are that it does not use the transverse missing energy information, and that the distribution is not easily fitted, but the method is still under development on these points. The strength of the boost method is that it works for all tau pairs, making it a good complimentary method to the CA. Both methods work in \Z°→τ+τ- and \H°→τ+τ- events, and can be potentially applied to other decay chains as well. In the future, many studies will include mass reconstruction from tau leptons, where both the CA and the boost method will be important methods. 1
09:16, 5 December 2013 Thermocouple.jpg (file) 1.78 MB Tni071   1
14:43, 27 November 2009 Therese Sjursen-Master Thesis.pdf (file) 12.31 MB Tbu082   1
14:12, 26 January 2016 Test.png (file) 7 KB Ogr043 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
07:47, 19 May 2009 TektronixAFG3252usman.pdf (file) 10.02 MB Dfe002   1
07:46, 19 May 2009 TektronixAFG3252progman.pdf (file) 1.96 MB Dfe002   1
08:33, 19 May 2009 Tek4000user.pdf (file) 3.24 MB Dfe002   1
08:33, 19 May 2009 Tek4000prog.pdf (file) 4.43 MB Dfe002   1
12:54, 28 January 2016 Tb.png (file) 32 KB Ogr043 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
16:50, 6 October 2009 Taupairs.pdf (file) 388 KB Tbu082 Fixed tau<->mu text 1
14:56, 14 October 2009 TauPair-Seminar-2009-08-13.pdf (file) 7.85 MB Tbu082   1
15:33, 15 February 2017 TableHeader.jpg (file) 89 KB Gge002 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
15:06, 4 September 2013 Symbol.png (file) 51 KB Ave082   1
19:15, 18 November 2009 Symbol.jpg (file) 11 KB Ave082   1
13:58, 12 May 2011 Svf xilinx.pdf (file) 372 KB Sya081   1
13:58, 12 May 2011 Svf specification.pdf (file) 85 KB Sya081   1
10:50, 7 October 2009 SUSY with tau poster.pdf (file) 631 KB Tbu082 Final version 2
12:07, 6 October 2009 SUSY with tau oster.pdf (file) 633 KB St11874   1
15:16, 18 April 2012 Stockholmpresentation120323.pdf (file) 116 KB Kmo078 Presentation given in Stockholm by Knut Dundas Morå 1
17:39, 10 March 2009 Stgenis appartment.png (file) 123 KB Kka054   1
11:20, 29 November 2010 Start sketch.png (file) 34 KB Asa022 Figure 1: Sketch of the XY-table 1
10:48, 29 November 2010 Start sketch.pdf (file) 26 KB Asa022 Figure 1: Sketch of the XY-table 1
11:43, 12 April 2016 Sram.png (file) 37 KB Ogr043 File uploaded with MsUpload 1
11:28, 9 September 2013 Spice.asc.txt (file) 993 bytes Ave082   2
18:05, 6 December 2017 Source folder.png (file) 118 KB Yag005 File uploaded with MsUpload 3
14:46, 9 September 2009 SoftwareWorkshop090909.pdf (file) 4.38 MB Tbu082   1
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