May 13 to 16, 1998
The purpose of this meeting is to examine in detail the requirements of
the Eight+ facility for doing physics at 8, 10 and 12 GeV photon
energies. In this study, we need to focus on early physics, as well as
the ultimate physics we want to accomplish. There are several important
questions which need to be examined for
each possible reaction.
It will also be important to run some spin-parity analysis ala-e852
to try and estimate where our our problems are going to be. There
are a couple of clear issues that have come up -- how do we handle
the possibility of resonances in the recoil baryon? What most seriously
cuts into our angular distributions. Based on Crystal Barrel analysis
where the crossing bands in the Dalitz plot remove the ambiguities
encountered in E852, we may really want to try to include these
baryons in the analysis -- even though no one knows how to do it
in a reasonable fashion?
Finally, Paul Eugenio
(telephone 412-268-6949, email:eugenio$#064;ernest0phys0cmu0edu) has written
a simple toy Monte Carlo. It is still in development, but I am able to use it to
produce files. It is steerable via a simple card file, and throws simple
Breit-Wigner's with decays (into both stable and unstable daughters). At
the moment, it does not have angular distributions. A copy of the
Makefiles and input cards is available. The code produces an
ascii output file. I have pasted together a simple fortran
code to read in
the ascii file, and create paw ntuples. This file is simply compiled
and then linked to packlib. These are all fairly rudimentary,
but should provide a starting point.
Detector Related Questions
- Detector Requirements for Photons:
- Minimum Photon Energy.
- Detector Requirements for Kaons:
- What types of particle separation can be used?
- Where do we need to have DIRC coverage?
- Where will TOF work?
- Recoil Baryon Detection.
- What is needed in the central region?
- What is needed in the forward region?
- Overall Resolution of charged tracking
- What can we do with only a solenoid?
- What do we win with the dipole?
Last Updated on the 6'th of May, 1998.