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Application of CNN to a fine segmented scintillator detector for a single particle and neutrino-nucleon event

  title={Application of CNN to a fine segmented scintillator detector for a single particle and neutrino-nucleon event},
  author={T. Ogawa},
This paper presents studies on application of convolutional neural network (CNN) to GEANT4 optical simulation data generated with a scintillator detector subdivided into 1 cubic cm, which is designed for the long-baseline neutrino experiment. Classification of interaction, regression of momentum, and segmentation of hits are demonstrated for single particle and neutrino-nucleon interaction events with well established CNN architectures by feeding reconstructed 2D projection images. In the study… Expand


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