Higgs Hunters Talk
...There are often hundreds of tracks which are not shown.
Tracks are pruned by an algorithm based on criteria such as energy, charge, which detectors lit up etc ...
I only see the obvious one.
Thought this was going to be simulated data when it popped up. Tight bundle and ocv at 350 degs and narrow 2ocv at 180 degrees. Interesting?
2 in fact: 2ocv at 260 degrees, 5?ocv at 320 degrees. But it's a simulation.
I wouldn't mark as weird. You see many of these.
It's a simulation.
Aside from the fact it's a simulation, high curvature equates to high charge
I'm assuming just a caseof missing tracks
It's a simulation (and somewhat obviously a 'big green cluster"!)
It's a simulation!
This is a simulation.
circles and ellipses are just artifacts of the computer classification algorithm.
actually, there are 2 2ocv's
you do realise that this is a simulation, right?
2 x 2ocv's
@drweilant: there are no ocv's in this image.
2 x 2ocv: 1 at 5 o'clock, 1 at 1 o'clock
it's a sim!
It's a sim!
2 x 2ocv. 1 at 11 o'clock and 1 close to centre at 12 o'clock
2ocv at 10 o'clock
There is a single, clear 2 ocv at 8 o'clock
erm, it's a simulation!
I don't see any ocv.
How did you work that that it's a " A lepton and neutrino"?
The circles/ellipses are artifacts of the computer classification algorithm. Also, this is simulated data.
nope. pure coincidence by the looks of it.
you do realise that this is simulated data, right?
unusual 2 ocv at 9 o'clock
3ocv at 6 o'clock. Bottom decay?
odd. looks like an ocv(2) at 3 o'clock but angles look all wrong.
tight bundle. Bottom decays?
tight 2 x 2 ocv @ 5:25. unusual configuration
Haven't seen many 3 ocv's like this in non-simulation data.
Thought this was going to be simulation data at first. High energy decays
Another unusual 4ocv in non-sim data
In slice, you can see 4 ocv's: a 5, 3, 3, 2
When this was served up, I was sure it was going to be simulated data. Nice jet?
They're just artifacts from the computer filtering/rendering algorithm
missing track? at orange track (2ocv?)
not so common to see a 5ocv in real data
I don't see anything 'strange'
very high curvature track
high curvature track
in addition to the obvious #ocv(4), high curvature track
high curvature track (orange at 2 o'clock)
#ocv at 5 o'clock opposite bottom decay. clicked wrong button so no vertex marker saved!
possible #ocv at 7 o'clock but might be coincidental.
Thanks. I noticed this in the faq after posting comment, but thanks for link.
very high curvature.
the orange lines seem to emanate from the central collision. Does that still count as an #ocv? (I didn't think it did)
Are you saying #bottom quark as a fact? If so, could you explain the collision products please
possible #ocv(2) at 8 o'clock but hard to make out tracks individually, so erring on side of caution
quite a few tracks starting away from collision
again bundles, but hard to see if OCV's
bundles, but hard to distinguish any OCV's
track at 8 o'clock curvature increases (of course out of plane to 2D might cause these optical illusion...)
#simulation #wideangle ocv (possibly 2)
bundle with large energy in muon detector
2 bundles with lots of energy.
large energy interaction.
muons at (approx) 180 degrees, but lower one curves
large energy in muon detector
bundle at approx. 90 degrees to 2 muons
bundle opposite muons
missing momentum close to direction of one of the muons.
bundle opp. muons
bundle opposite to muons
many hits in green and red detectors
high charge. haven't seen anything with as such strong curvature so far....
two outer tracks of the 3 (blue) ocv are very wide angle.
ocv or bundle?
loops are just artifacts and should be ignored.
is this a punch through?
#muonjet. also, ocv at 6 o'clock just off centre. Computer has coloured one arm yellow.
optical illusion? or very wide angle vertex at 12 o'clock?
@ Bernhard.Eringa: a curved path is due to a charged particle being deflected by the magnetic field. It's normal.
Note to self: Turn computers on....
Triple? I see 4 tracks