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3) Setting up th Lagrange Multiplier Monte Carlo simulation frame (reference to Paul's proposal [https://prex.jlab.org/wiki/images/c/cc/Dither_MC-3.pdf note])
 
3) Setting up th Lagrange Multiplier Monte Carlo simulation frame (reference to Paul's proposal [https://prex.jlab.org/wiki/images/c/cc/Dither_MC-3.pdf note])
  
4) Checking the Residuals by using the EigenVector slopes from the Lagrange Multiplier methods. (It has been checked by using the traditional dithering method and it is "0".)  
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4) Checking the Residuals by using the EigenVector slopes from the Lagrange Multiplier methods. (It has been checked by using the traditional dithering slopes.)  
  
 
5) Put a wrong dithering slope in the Lagrange Multiplier method to check if it will give the corresponding wrong result.  
 
5) Put a wrong dithering slope in the Lagrange Multiplier method to check if it will give the corresponding wrong result.  
  
6) Checking dithering coils individually to pin down the bpm noise.
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6) Checking dithering coils response individually.
  
 
== Present ==
 
== Present ==
 
KK, Kent P, Paul S, Tao Y, Ye T, Victoria O
 
KK, Kent P, Paul S, Tao Y, Ye T, Victoria O

Revision as of 11:54, 15 July 2020

Agenda

Proposed analysis:

1) Double difference asymmetry grand average comparison table (reference to the average asymmetry ground average comparison table table 1)

2) Using the first 5 ranked EigenVector slopes truncate the analysis and comparing the output results with that by using all 12 EigenVector slopes, which is proposed by Kent.

3) Setting up th Lagrange Multiplier Monte Carlo simulation frame (reference to Paul's proposal note)

4) Checking the Residuals by using the EigenVector slopes from the Lagrange Multiplier methods. (It has been checked by using the traditional dithering slopes.)

5) Put a wrong dithering slope in the Lagrange Multiplier method to check if it will give the corresponding wrong result.

6) Checking dithering coils response individually.

Present

KK, Kent P, Paul S, Tao Y, Ye T, Victoria O