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In the ALICE experiment, the Low-Voltage Differential Signalling (LVDS) format is used for the transmission of trigger inputs from the detectors to the Central Trigger Processor (CTP), the L0 trigger outputs from Local Trigger Units (LTU) boards back to the detectors and the BUSY inputs from the sub-detectors to the CTP. ALICE has designed a set-up, called the LVDS transmission tester, that aims to measure various transmission quality parameters and the bit-error rate (BER) for long period runs in an automatic way. In this paper, this method is described and the conclusions from these tests for the ALICE LVDS cables are discussed.
The NA57 experiment has measured the production of strange and multi-strange hadrons in heavy-ion collisions at the CERN SPS. After briefly introducing the NA57 apparatus and analysis procedures, we present recent results on strangeness enhancement in Pb+Pb relative to p+Be collisions, on the study of the $m_T$ distributions of strange particles, and on central-to-peripheral nuclear modification factors in Pb+Pb collisions at top SPS energy.
In this paper we present results on transverse mass spectra and Hanbury-Brown and Twiss correlation functions of negatively charged hadrons, which are expected to be mostly negative pions, measured in Pb-Pb collisions at 40 A GeV/c beam momentum. Based on these data, the collision dynamics and the space-time extent of the system at the thermal freeze-out are studied over a centrality range corresponding to the most central 53% of the Pb--Pb inelastic cross section. Comparisons with freeze-out conditions of strange particles and HBT results from other experiments are discussed.
The transverse mass spectra of K0s, Lambda, Xi and Omega particles produced in Pb-Pb collisions at 40 A GeV/c have been studied for a sample of events corresponding to the most central 53% of the inelastic Pb-Pb cross-section. We analyze the distributions in the framework of a parameterized model inspired by hydrodynamics. The dependence of the freeze-out parameters on particle species and event centrality is discussed and comparisons with results at higher energy are shown.
We study the transverse polarization of $\Lambda's and $\Omega^–$'s produced in Pb + Pb interaction at 160 A GeV/c. We also present a study of the longitudinal polarization of $\Lambda$'s produced in the weak decays of $\Omega$'s
The multiplicity of charged particles in the central rapidity region has been measured by the NA57 experiment in Pb–Pb collisions at the CERN SPS at two beam momenta: 158 A GeV/c and 40 A GeV/c. The value of $dN_{ch}/d\eta$ at the maximum has been determined and studied as a function of centrality within the range covered by NA57 (about 55% most central part of the inelastic cross section). The central rapidity multiplicity varies roughly linearly with the number of wounded nucleons (participants) and increases approximately logarithmically with the centre of mass energy
NA57 at the CERN SPS has studied the production of strange particles in Pb-Pb and p-Be collisions. Hyperon enhancements at 40 A GeV/c are presented and compared to results at 160 GeV/c beam momenta. The momentum spectra are analysed based on hydrodynamical models and freeze-out temperature, transverse and longitudinal flow velocities are extracted. Central-toperipheral nuclear modification factors at 160 A GeV/c are calculated.
Results on strange particle production in Pb–Pb collisions at 158 and 40 A GeV/c beam momentum from the NA57 experiment at CERN SPS are presented. Particle yields and ratios are compared with those measured at RHIC. Strangeness enhancements with respect to p-Be reactions at the same beam momenta have also been measured: results about their dependence on centrality and collision energy are reported and discussed
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