G2p Analysis Minutes
Minutes of the weekly analysis meetings
Present: JP, Karl, Alex, Jixie, Toby, Jie, Chao, Ryan, Ellie, Vince
Gave an update on her acceptance study. She continued to compare the simulation result with data. Since the optics database is updated with the vertical beam position correction. The result suggests that the delta distribution is improved however the phi distribution still shows large discrepancy. She used this result to calculate the acceptance factor and applied it to the cross-section calculation. The result shows a factor of two difference. JP suggests that the acceptance calculated from the compare between the simulation and the data could still be influenced by the cross-section difference at small scattering angle. More details can be seen in her slides here.
- The replay package is restored on the work disk.
- Toby will talk to Melissa and take over her packing fraction study.
Present: Jixie, JP
By Phone: Jie, Chao, Ryan, Ellie
- The analysis meeting will be moved back to 10 am Wednesday starting from next week.
- There is no meeting room available thus everyone will join by bluejeans. The meeting ID is 4828802914.
Present: Melissa, Jixie
By Phone: Jie, Chao, Ryan, Toby, Ellie
Gave an update on his cross-section analysis of the small angle GDH data. yield study using simulation. He is working on the problem that after doing the tail subtraction and running the inelastic Radiative Correction code the fully corrected cross sections go negative at high <math>\nu</math>. To solve this, he did a fit on the Nitrogen form factor. During the fitting, two models is considered: the oscillator model and the Fermi Model and the Fermi Model is proved to be better. He will complete the calculation of the elastic tail by using the form factor in a few weeks. More details can be seen in his slides here.
Gave an review on the polarization uncertainty estimation. He claimed that the reason of the small uncertainties for the target polarization is because we took large amount of TE for each material. Thus the uncertainty of the calibration constant is reduced by average. Jixie suggests that the error propagation still need to be carefully checked. More details can be seen in his slides here
- Chao updated his optics technical note.
- There is no meeting next week due to the Hall A collaboration meeting.