Algorithms and services list

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  1. List of all submitted in alphabetical order
  2. Sorted by author’s name.
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Alphabetical list of algorithms and services

Algorithm or Service nameAuthor or Maintainercategoryone line description
Auxiliary Detector Geometry Service Brian Rebel Provides a description of the physical and readout aspects of the auxiliary detector.
Blurred Cluster Mike Wallbank 1, 8 2D cluster reconstruction technique which specialises in clustering hits from shower deposits by first applying a weighted Gaussian smearing to the hit map in order to more accurately distribute the charge and form more complete clusters.
Channel Status Service Brandon Eberly 8 Service interface that provides access to a ChannelStatusProvider
Cluster Crawler Bruce Baller 1, 8 Reconstructs line-like 2D clusters, 2D vertices and 3D vertices.
Detector Pedestal Service Brandon Eberly 8 Service Interface class that provides access to a DetPedestalProvider
Detector Properties Service Jonathan Paley 8 Service that provides detector specific properties such as temperature, density, purity, lifetime, etc., all which may be run or time dependent and extracted from a database.
EM Shower Mike Wallbank 2, 8 3D shower reconstruction algorithm which takes 2D clusters in each view and produces 3D shower objects with all relevant properties
Fuzzy Cluster Benjamin Carls 1, 8 A 2D clustering algorithm that attempts to ID shower and track like objects
Geometry Gianluca Petrillo 8 Description of detector geometry
Image Pattern Robert Sulej 8 Set of algorithms, modules and scripts performing pattern recognition in 2D images made of wire ADC waveforms. Algorithms are based on convolutional neural networks. There are tools for data preparation, running the network in the training and inference m

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