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The first thing you need is the raw data from your detector.
This LCIO file might have a single collection inside of the type '''TrackerRawData''' with the default name ''''TPCRawData''''.

In a table like fashion:

|| step || Processor name || Data output type || Default collection name ||
|| Data conversion || "!TrackerRawDataToDataConverterProcessor" || '''!TrackerData''' || ''''!TPCConvertedData'''' ||
|| Pedestal Calculation || "!PedestalCalculator" || '''!LCGenericObject''' || ''''!TPCPedestal'''' ||
|| Pedestal Subtraction || "!PedestalSubtractorProcessor" || '''!TrackerData''' || ''''!TPCData'''' ||
|| Pulse finding || "!PulseFinderProcessor" || '''!TrackerPulse''' || ''''!TPCPulses'''' ||
|| Channel mapping || "!ChannelMapperProcessor" || '''!TrackerPulse''' || ''''!TPCPulsesMapped'''' ||
|| Hit finding || "?" || '''???''' || ''''???'''' ||

The objective

The plan is: create a MarlinTPC processor chain that completely reflects the MultiFit reconstruction chain.

Use data taken with the MediTPC.

The chain

The first thing you need is the raw data from your detector. This LCIO file might have a single collection inside of the type TrackerRawData with the default name 'TPCRawData'.

In a table like fashion:

step

Processor name

Data output type

Default collection name

Data conversion

"TrackerRawDataToDataConverterProcessor"

TrackerData

'!TPCConvertedData'

Pedestal Calculation

"PedestalCalculator"

!LCGenericObject

'!TPCPedestal'

Pedestal Subtraction

"PedestalSubtractorProcessor"

TrackerData

'!TPCData'

Pulse finding

"PulseFinderProcessor"

TrackerPulse

'!TPCPulses'

Channel mapping

"ChannelMapperProcessor"

TrackerPulse

'!TPCPulsesMapped'

Hit finding

"?"

???

'???'

MediTPCProcessorChain (last edited 2012-01-17 12:12:13 by ChristophRosemann)