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Progress on Cherenkov Reconstruction in MICE

@article{Kaplan2015ProgressOC,
  title={Progress on Cherenkov Reconstruction in MICE},
  author={Daniel M. Kaplan and M. Drews and Durga Rajaram and M. Winter and L. Cremaldi and David A. Sanders and D. Summers},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2015}
}
Two beamline Cherenkov detectors (Ckov-a,-b) support particle ID in the MICE beamline. Electrons and high-momentum muons and pions can be identied with good eciency. We report on the Ckov-a,-b performance in detecting pions and muons with MICE Step I data. 

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