Construction and commissioning of a hadronic test-beam calorimeter to validate the particle-flow concept at the ILC

@inproceedings{Groll2007ConstructionAC,
  title={Construction and commissioning of a hadronic test-beam calorimeter to validate the particle-flow concept at the ILC},
  author={M. Groll},
  year={2007}
}
This thesis discusses research and development studies performed for a hadronic calorimeter concept for the International Linear Collider (ILC). The requirements for a detector for the ILC are defined by the particle-flow concept in which the overall detector performance for jet reconstruction is optimised by reconstructing each particle individually. The calorimeter system has to have unprecedented granularity to fulfil the task of shower separation. The validation of the shower models used to… 
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