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/HiLeptonAnalysis [ Modules ]

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NAME

module HiLeptonAnalysis

PURPOSE

Do the Analysis stuff for HiLepton

INPUTS

(no input)

OUTPUT

cf. "writeBinning"

NOTES

the old routines were replaced by "HistMP" stuff etc.


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoTimes [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoTimes       = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: reporting of times


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoOutChannels [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoOutChannels = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: reporting of all final state channels


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoInvMasses [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoInvMasses   = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: reporting of pairwise-invariant-masses


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoFindRho0 [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoFindRho0    = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: reconstructing rho0 from final pions


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoClasie [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoClasie      = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Do pion analysis as Clasie et al., arXiv:0701.1481


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoBrooks [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoBrooks      = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Do pi+ pT2 spectra for Brooks delta pT2


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoMorrow [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoMorrow      = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Do pion analysis as Morrow et al., Morrow:2008ek


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoMandelT [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoMandelT      = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Do pion analysis with Mandelstam t.


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoCentralN [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoCentralN     = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Do centrality analysis with slow nucleons


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoEventAdd [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoEventAdd  = .true.
  logical, save :: DoEventAdd2 = .true.

PURPOSE

Decide, whether we have to do an EventArr analysis or not. These flags are not directly eccessible, but computed from other values:


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoFSIsqrts [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoFSIsqrts = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off: Estimate potential/future final state interactions

Plot the sqrt(s) distribution of potential final state interactions of perturbative particles with the nucleus (real) particles). (The interactions do not happen, this is calculated before every propagation.) In order to select the particle class for which one wants to report the FSI, please change directly the code.


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoClassifyFirst [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoClassifyFirst = .false.

PURPOSE

Classifying 'FirstEvent' into some classes

Needs DoEventAdd.


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoLeptonKinematics [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoLeptonKinematics = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off lepton kinematics output


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoHadronKinematics [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: DoHadronKinematics = .false.

PURPOSE

switch on/off hadron kinematics output


HiLeptonAnalysis/flagDoIt [ Global module-variables ]

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SOURCE

  logical, save :: flagDoIt= .true.

PURPOSE

switch on/off using DoHiLeptonAnalysis


HiLeptonAnalysis/tAverage [ Types ]

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NAME

type tAverage

PURPOSE

Store general averages, as eq. <Q^2>, <W> etc.

SOURCE

  type tAverage
     real :: sum0,sum,W,Q2,nu
  end type tAverage

HiLeptonAnalysis/DoHiLeptonAnalysis [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine DoHiLeptonAnalysis(realPart,pertPart,MassNum,finalFlag,beforeRUN)

PURPOSE

This is the routine, which does the actual analysis for HiLepton calculations

INPUTS

  • type(particle),dimension(:,:) :: realPart -- the real particle vector
  • type(particle),dimension(:,:) :: pertPart -- the perturbative particle vector
  • integer :: MassNum -- the size of the nucleus
  • logical :: finalFlag -- flag, whether it is the final call
  • logical, optional :: beforeRUN -- flag, whether this routine is called before all timesteps (i.e. directly after init) or at the end of a run

OUTPUT

(none)

NOTES

If this routine is called with beforeRUN=.true., then production and formation times of the particles produced in the first event are reported. Otherwise, after all timesteps, particle spectra etc are stored.


DoHiLeptonAnalysis/CalculateExclPiP [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine CalculateExclPiP

PURPOSE

Calculate the Cuts according Clasie et al.,arXiv:0701.1481 for exclusive pi plus production (transparency).

INPUTS

  • integer :: iHist -- The histogram histMX(iHist) is used

OUTPUT

  • The current event is added to histogram histMX(iHist).

NOTES

we use the global variables:

  • nu,Q2,pPart,nRuns
  • histMX
  • PreEvArr

The files fort.1173..1178 are written.


HiLeptonAnalysis/readInput [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine readInput

PURPOSE

Reads input in jobcard out of namelist "HiLepton_Analysis"


HiLeptonAnalysis/HiLepton_Analysis [ Namelists ]

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NAME

NAMELIST HiLepton_Analysis

PURPOSE

Includes the switches:


HiLeptonAnalysis/resetBinning [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine resetBinning

PURPOSE

Reset all Histogramms used.

Allocates all arrays and sets necessary parameters.

INPUTS

---

OUTPUT

---


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoBinningLepton [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine DoBinningLepton(nu,Q2,Weight)

PURPOSE

By calling this routine, the histogramms according the leptons are filled.

INPUTS

  • real :: nu -- nu value of Event
  • real :: Q2 -- Q**2 value of Event
  • real :: Weight -- perturbative weight of Event

OUTPUT

---


HiLeptonAnalysis/DoBinningHadron [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine DoBinningHadron(Part,nu,Q2,Ebeam,phi_Lepton,iPart)

PURPOSE

By calling this routine, the histogramms according the hadron are filled.

INPUTS

  • type(particle) :: Part -- the particle
  • real :: nu -- nu value of Event
  • real :: Q2 -- Q**2 value of Event
  • real :: Ebeam -- Energy of the Lepton Beam
  • real :: phi_Lepton -- Angle of scattered Lepton
  • integer :: iPart -- number of particle in pertPart

OUTPUT

---


HiLeptonAnalysis/writeBinning [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine writeBinning()

PURPOSE

write out all histogramms

INPUTS

(none)

OUTPUT

several files are (re-)written.

NOTES


HiLeptonAnalysis/BinCutsJLAB5_R [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine BinCutsJLAB5_R(nu,Q2,zH, iNu,iQ2,iZH)

PURPOSE

select the histogramm to bin the values of R


HiLeptonAnalysis/BinCutsJLAB5_pT2 [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine BinCutsJLAB5_pT2(nu,Q2,zH, iNu,iQ2,iZH)

PURPOSE

select the histogramm to bin the values of R


HiLeptonAnalysis/checkCuts [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine checkCuts(Part,nu,Q2,Ebeam,phi_Lepton,acceptFlag,weight)

PURPOSE

This routine applies the experimental cuts and returns some weight, which indicate the probability, that the parton is detected.

As a side effect, it calculates the transverse momentum of the particle in respect to the photon direction.

INPUTS

  • type(particle) :: Part -- particle to consider
  • real :: nu -- nu value of Event
  • real :: Q2 -- Q**2 value of Event
  • real :: Ebeam -- Energy of the Lepton Beam
  • real :: phi_Lepton -- Angle of scattered Lepton

OUTPUT

  • logical :: acceptFlag -- true, if particle is detected at all
  • real :: weight -- weight of acceptance
  • real, OPTIONAL :: pT2 -- transverse momentum according lepton beam

NOTES

phi_Lepton indicates the azimuthal angle of the scattered lepton around the axis, which is determined by the momentum of the incoming lepton. This is normally not the z-axis. (see below)

A particle can be detected, but, e.g. due to rotational systematics around the lepton beam axis, only in 50% of all cases. If the details of the detector are not important, you can then give the particle the acceptance weight 0.5.

Be aware: The events are normally in a system, where the PHOTON determines the z-axis.


HiLeptonAnalysis/labrotate [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine labrotate(alpha,phi_Lepton,p,theta,phi,pT2)

PURPOSE

Because AccWeight is an rotation-averaged value, we have now to choose the "phi" angle.

INPUTS

  • alpha : angle to rotate around y-axis
  • phi_Lepton : angle to rotate arund z-axis
  • p : vector to rotate

OUTPUT

  • theta : angle
  • phi : angle
  • pT2 : transverse momentum (squared) acording lepton axis

NOTES

First the vector is rotated around the y-axis by the angle alpha (i.e. the angle between incoming lepton and photon). Secondly, this vector is rotated around the z-axis by the angle phi_Lepton.


HiLeptonAnalysis/HiLeptonAnalysisPerTime [ Subroutines ]

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NAME

subroutine HiLeptonAnalysisPerTime(Time, pParts)

PURPOSE

produce statistical output after every time step

INPUTS

OUTPUT

internal variables are changed and some output to predefined files.