trigger

In particle physics, a trigger is a system that uses simple criteria to rapidly decide which events in a particle detector to keep when only a small fraction of the total can be recorded.

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Speeding up machine learning for particle physics

A new technique speeds up deep neural networks for selecting proton–proton collisions at the Large Hadron Collider for further analysis

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Physics
21 June, 2021

Allen initiative key to LHCb trigger upgrade

From 2021, the first stage of LHCb’s high-level trigger will be run using GPUs. Investigations into its feasibility were supported by CERN openlab

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Computing
09 June, 2020

Upgrading the ATLAS trigger system

ATLAS is improving its trigger system to be able to select even more collision events with potentially interesting physics

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Accelerators
19 December, 2013
Accelerators
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19 December, 2013

Trigger happy in Poland: Krakow hosts ISOTDAQ 2012

In February, Krakow hosted the third International School of Trigger and Data Acquisition (ISOTDAQ), which gives students practical TDAQ experience

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Accelerators
20 March, 2012