Online computing challenges: detector and read-out requirements

@article{Brenner2021OnlineCC,
  title={Online computing challenges: detector and read-out requirements},
  author={Richard Brenner and Christos Leonidopoulos},
  journal={The European Physical Journal Plus},
  year={2021},
  volume={136}
}
The operation at the Z-pole of the FCC-ee machine will deliver the highest possible instantaneous luminosities with the goal of collecting the largest Z boson datasets (Tera-Z), and enable a programme of standard model physics studies with unprecedented precision. The data acquisition and trigger systems of the FCC-ee experiments must be designed to be as unbiased and robust as possible, with the goal of containing the systematic uncertainties associated with these datasets at the smallest… 

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