Bob looked at the BSU timings with higher statistics, and also
looked at the rates. In both West and East
we see a curious pattern to the phi distribution. The great
dip in the middle seems clear enough--there aren't any CMX chambers
there, and this sample is dominated by CMX triggers. I don't
understand the slow droop towards the middle of the plot. I
guess that the spikes show where the rather complex geometry of
the CMX has greater acceptance in the region that overlaps the
BMU. I hope that this isn't reflected in the CMX in general, and
is merely a fence-post effect at the end of their chambers.
Modified 3-November-2003 at 12:50
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