The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments

A. Annovi, M. Beretta, P. Laurelli, E. Bossini, V. Cavasinni, F. Crescioli, M. Dell'Orso, P. Giannetti, M. Piendibene, G. Punzi, F. Sarri, I. Vivarelli, G. Volpi, L. Sartori, A. Boveia, E. Brubaker, F. Canelli, M. Dunford, A. Kapliy, Y. K. KimC. Melachrinos, M. Shochet, J. Tuggle, H. Deberg, A. McCarn, M. Neubauer, M. Franklin, C. Mills, N. Kimura, Kohei Yorita, J. Proudfoot, J. Zhang, R. Tripiccione

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    Abstract

    We describe the architecture evolution of the highly-parallel dedicated processor FTK, which is driven by the simulation of LHC events at high luminosity (IOJ4 em" SI). FTK is able to provide precise on-line track reconstruction for future hadronic collider experiments. The processor, organized in a two-tiered pipelined architecture, execute very fast algorithms based on the use of a large bank of pre-stored patterns of trajectory points (first tier) in combination with full resolution track fitting to refine pattern recognition and to determine off-line quality track parameters. We describe here how the high luminosity simulation results have produced a new organization of the hardware inside the FTK processor core.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAstroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference
    Pages653-657
    Number of pages5
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    Event11th International Conferences on Advanced Technology and Particle Physics, ICATTP 2009 - Como
    Duration: 2009 Oct 52009 Oct 9

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    Other11th International Conferences on Advanced Technology and Particle Physics, ICATTP 2009
    CityComo
    Period09/10/509/10/9

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    central processing units
    luminosity
    International System of Units
    pattern recognition
    hardware
    simulation
    trajectories

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Astronomy and Astrophysics
    • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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    Annovi, A., Beretta, M., Laurelli, P., Bossini, E., Cavasinni, V., Crescioli, F., ... Tripiccione, R. (2010). The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments. In Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference (pp. 653-657)

    The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments. / Annovi, A.; Beretta, M.; Laurelli, P.; Bossini, E.; Cavasinni, V.; Crescioli, F.; Dell'Orso, M.; Giannetti, P.; Piendibene, M.; Punzi, G.; Sarri, F.; Vivarelli, I.; Volpi, G.; Sartori, L.; Boveia, A.; Brubaker, E.; Canelli, F.; Dunford, M.; Kapliy, A.; Kim, Y. K.; Melachrinos, C.; Shochet, M.; Tuggle, J.; Deberg, H.; McCarn, A.; Neubauer, M.; Franklin, M.; Mills, C.; Kimura, N.; Yorita, Kohei; Proudfoot, J.; Zhang, J.; Tripiccione, R.

    Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference. 2010. p. 653-657.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Annovi, A, Beretta, M, Laurelli, P, Bossini, E, Cavasinni, V, Crescioli, F, Dell'Orso, M, Giannetti, P, Piendibene, M, Punzi, G, Sarri, F, Vivarelli, I, Volpi, G, Sartori, L, Boveia, A, Brubaker, E, Canelli, F, Dunford, M, Kapliy, A, Kim, YK, Melachrinos, C, Shochet, M, Tuggle, J, Deberg, H, McCarn, A, Neubauer, M, Franklin, M, Mills, C, Kimura, N, Yorita, K, Proudfoot, J, Zhang, J & Tripiccione, R 2010, The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments. in Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference. pp. 653-657, 11th International Conferences on Advanced Technology and Particle Physics, ICATTP 2009, Como, 09/10/5.
    Annovi A, Beretta M, Laurelli P, Bossini E, Cavasinni V, Crescioli F et al. The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments. In Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference. 2010. p. 653-657
    Annovi, A. ; Beretta, M. ; Laurelli, P. ; Bossini, E. ; Cavasinni, V. ; Crescioli, F. ; Dell'Orso, M. ; Giannetti, P. ; Piendibene, M. ; Punzi, G. ; Sarri, F. ; Vivarelli, I. ; Volpi, G. ; Sartori, L. ; Boveia, A. ; Brubaker, E. ; Canelli, F. ; Dunford, M. ; Kapliy, A. ; Kim, Y. K. ; Melachrinos, C. ; Shochet, M. ; Tuggle, J. ; Deberg, H. ; McCarn, A. ; Neubauer, M. ; Franklin, M. ; Mills, C. ; Kimura, N. ; Yorita, Kohei ; Proudfoot, J. ; Zhang, J. ; Tripiccione, R. / The evolution of FTK, a real-time tracker for hadron collider experiments. Astroparticle, Particle and Space Physics, Detectors and Medical Physics Applications - Proceedings of the 11th Conference. 2010. pp. 653-657
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