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An optimization method to compensate accelerator performance drifts

@inproceedings{Zhang2022AnOM,
  title={An optimization method to compensate accelerator performance drifts},
  author={Zhe Zhang and Minghao Song and Xiaobiao Huang},
  year={2022}
}
Accelerator performance often deteriorates with time during a long period of operation due to secular changes in the machine components or the surrounding environment. In many cases some tuning knobs are effective in compensating the performance drifts and optimization methods can be used to find the ideal machine setting. However, such intervention usually cannot be done without interrupting user operation as the optimization algorithms can substantially impact the machine performance. We… 

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