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The L1DczTest ROOT analysis utility

The L1DczTest package will be used for development of the Drift Chamber Trigger-z upgrade.
The purpose of the package is to be a stand alone job that
will test the pattern recognition module and
the fitting module that will be eventually be implemented in the hardware.

Instruction of how to use the package,
start out root and describtion of the package are given in the following HN:


Reminder for new Root users

  • Move temperorly the GNUMakefile to a new name
  • Edit the .cshrc file to contain:
    • setenv ROOTSYS /afs/slac/package/cernroot/22312
    • setenv PATH ${PATH}:${ROOTSYS}/bin:~/bin:.
    • setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH $ROOTSYS/lib
    • add l1dczlib to your LD_LIBRARY_PATH
  • Start ROOT write $ROOTSYS/bin/root or just root
  • Run : type gmake to compile the program
  • Run: gmake clean to clean your lib

The architecture of the package is the following

  • The main program (L1DczIterf_v1.cc) is desinged to
    run the full simulation all the way through generating
    a root file.
  • libclass directory containes all the different fundumental class definitions
  • l1dczlib directory contains all the shared libraries.
    The directory is cleaned once you type gmake clean
  • The directory Utils: will contain all the utilities programs such as
    "Do_Pattern-Recognition(......);"
    "Do_Fitz(..........);"
    "Check_Purity(......);"
    The utility programs should be written as .C
    so that every one can have the option to
    run all the different modules interactively and combine his own test
    valerieh@SLAC.stanford.edu