IDEA IDEA (Improved DElphi Analysis)



IDEA is a new tool for analysing DELPHI data. It aims at young students without legacy code and at future physicists that want to access DELPHI data after they were made publicly available. To provide an appropriate environment IDEA uses object oriented programming techniques and the language C++, which spreads more and more through out the HEP community.

People:

Tiziano Camporesi
Philippe Charpentier
Markus Elsing
Dietrich Liko
Niko Neufeld
Pietro M. Picca
Nikolai Smirnov
Daniel Wicke

Tutorial:

Tutorials on IDEA were held
on the Friday of the December 2000 DELPHI-week
and on Friday 25th of May 2001.

Documentation:

Doxygen (including class trees, automatically generated)

Publications on IDEA:

T. Camporesi, P. Charpentier, M. Elsing, D. Liko, N. Neufeld, N. Smirnov, and D. Wicke
Ensuring long time access to DELPHI data : the IDEA project , 2000-151 PROG 241, 20 July 2000.

Talks on IDEA:

H. Hoeth
Single-W analysis with IDEA , Delphi Forum, 11 Sep. 2001.

S. Bamford
Tau physics analysis with IDEA , Delphi Forum, 11 Sep. 2001.

D. Wicke
The event data model of IDEA , LHCb; Special meeting on physics event models, 30 Aug. 2001.

T. Camporesi, P. Charpentier, M. Elsing, D. Liko, N. Neufeld, P.M. Picca, N. Smirnov, and D. Wicke,
IDEA: Object Oriented Analysis in DELPHI , GSM and General Meeting, Oct. 2000.

Tutorial on IDEA, 8. Dec. 2000.


Daniel Wicke, 2. Jun. 2000. Last Change 13. Sep. 2001.
Daniel.Wicke@cern.ch