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Event reconstruction in the RICH detector of the CBM experiment at FAIR


Adamczewski, J. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Becker, K.-H. (Wuppertal U.) ; Belogurov, S. (Moscow, ITEP) ; Boldyreva, N. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Chernogorov, A. (Moscow, ITEP) ; Deveaux, C. (Giessen U.) ; Dobyrn, V. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Dürr, M. (Giessen U.) ; Eom, J. (Pusan Natl. U.) ; Eschke, J. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Höhne, C. (Giessen U.) ; Kampert, K.-H. (Wuppertal U.) ; Kleipa, V. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Kochenda, L. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Kolb, B. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Kopfer, J. (Wuppertal U.) ; Kravtsov, P. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Lebedev, S. (Giessen U.) ; Lebedeva, E. (Giessen U.) ; Leonova, E. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Linev, S. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Mahmoud, T. (Giessen U.) ; Michel, J. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Miftakhov, N. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Nam, Y. (Pusan Natl. U.) ; Niebur, W. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Oh, K. (Pusan Natl. U.) ; Ososkov, G. (Dubna, JINR) ; Ovcharenko, E. (Moscow, ITEP) ; Pauly, C. (Wuppertal U.) ; Pouryamout, J. (Wuppertal U.) ; Querchfeld, S. (Wuppertal U.) ; Rautenberg, J. (Wuppertal U.) ; Reinecke, S. (Wuppertal U.) ; Riabov, Y. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Roshchin, E. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Samsonov, V. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Song, J. (Pusan Natl. U.) ; Tarasenkova, O. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Torres de Heidenreich, T. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Traxler, M. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Ugur, C. (Darmstadt, GSI) ; Vznuzdaev, E. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Vznuzdaev, M. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Yi, J. (Pusan Natl. U.) ; Yoo, I.-K. (Pusan Natl. U.)

Published in: Nucl.Instrum.Meth.
Year: 2014
Vol.: A766
Page No: 250-254
Pages: 4
Year: 2014-12-01 published

Abstract: The Compressed Baryonic Matter (CBM) experiment at the future FAIR facility will investigate the QCD phase diagram at high net-baryon densities and moderate temperatures. One of the key signatures will be di-leptons emitted from the hot and dense phase in heavy-ion collisions. Measuring di-electrons, a high purity of identified electrons is required in order to suppress the background. Electron identification in CBM will be performed by a Ring Imaging Cherenkov (RICH) detector and Transition Radiation Detectors (TRD). In order to access the foreseen rare probes, the detector and the data acquisition have to handle interaction rates up to 10 MHz. Therefore, the development of fast and efficient event reconstruction algorithms is an important and challenging task in CBM. In this contribution event reconstruction and electron identification algorithms in the RICH detector are presented. So far they have been developed on simulated data but could already be tested on real data from a RICH prototype testbeam experiment at the CERN-PS. Efficient and fast ring recognition algorithms in the CBM-RICH are based on the Hough Transform method. Due to optical distortions of the rings, an ellipse fitting algorithm was elaborated to improve the ring radius resolution. An efficient algorithm based on the Artificial Neural Network was implemented for electron identification in RICH. All algorithms were significantly optimized to achieve maximum speed and minimum memory consumption.

Keyword(s): Hough transform ; Event reconstruction ; Artificial neural network ; Ring reconstruction ; Ellipse fitting ; Circle fitting

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DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2014.04.082
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