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slcio woe [message #1800] Thu, 16 July 2009 15:17 Go to previous message
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Boulder Colorado

My name is Andrew West, I'm an undergraduate at CU Boulder. I am working for Steve Wagner this summer doing generation, reconstruction and simulation analysis. I have encountered a puzzling occurance with the slcio files I'm generating. It seems that in the process of converting the stdhep file into an slcio file, the decay length of a particular bottom baryon (the Lambda B, pdgid 5122) becomes corrupted, and is represented as zero. I generated multiple files to see if it was just a fluke. The problem does not occur in the stdhep files that pythia produces; it seems only to surface after running those stdhep files through slic. I was hoping that maybe someone had already run into this little bug and found a way around it. Any guidance or information that anyone has would be very much appreciated.

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