Event Analysis Package
|Factory and helper classes |
Event factory and helper classes
The event analysis package provides means to analysis events generated by the LIGO detectors. Its major components are:Event - A set of classes defining a general purpose event Containers - A set of containers to store events Iterators - Iterators for traversing event containers Functions - Function objects acting on events Conditions - Conditions acting on events Algorithms - A set of algorithms to select and histogram events
An event is an object consisting of a time, a type, an interferometer set and an arbitrary number of columns.
The layout of the class library is as followsBasic event handling: Type - Describes an event type Name - Describes an event name TypeInfo - Implementation details of the event type class ColumnType - Describes the supported types of event columns ColumnInfo - Describes an event column FixedColumns - Interface to fixed event columns Layout - Describes the column layout of an event LayoutInfo - Implementation details of the event layout class Event - The basic event object (inherits from Type and IfoSet) EventPtr - A smart pointer for storing events Factory - Defines the event factory which manages types and layouts Containers: IndexList - A template for a vector with a alphabetic index List - A list container for storing a series of events ListPtr - A smart pointer for the list container Chain - A chain of list containers ChainPtr - A smart pointer for the chain container Set - A set of chain containers TimeWindow - Handles a time window (duration and offset) Window - A container to manage the events within a time window Iterators: Iterator - An iterator for traversing any event container ConstIterator - A const iterator for traversing event containers IteratorImp - A base class for implmenting the event iterators WindowIterator - An iterator for moving a window thru an event container ConstWindowIterator - A const window iterator Functions: Argument - A utility class to manage event function argument lists Value - Describes a column value or a constant event function Function - The base class of all event functions FunctionPtr - A smart pointer for event functions ColumnCache - A utility class to implement fast column access Column - An event function which returns a column value Info - An event function which returns layout information Math - Common math routines for the event functions MathOps - Defines the event function operators Condition: Condition - The basic class for event conditions ConditionPtr - A smart pointer for event conditions ConditionLogic - Defines the boolean operators between conditions Comparison - Defines a class to compare event functions ComparisonOps - Defines the relational operators Filter - A condition which acts as an event filter IfoSet - Describes a condition on the interferometer/detector mask Veto - A condition which acts as a veto Cluster - A condition which recognizes event clusters Algorithms: Algorithm - Conicidence, cluster analysis, etc.
A global event "factory" is used to manage the type and layout information of events. The following utility classes are used internally and generally not accessed directly:IndexList - A list with an index TypeInfo - Information record for a type LayoutInfo - Information record for the column layout Factory - Event factory
Header files are in here. Source files are in here.
Most of these classes are utility classes or are transparent to the user. Typically a user will use the Set container to load events from file; the Column class to pick out column values, the Filter and Veto conditions to preselect events and the select, coincidence and histgram algorithms of the Set class to analyze the events.
A typical session could look like this:#include "events/Events.hh" using namespace std; using namespace events; // Read some events from file Set events ("eventfile.xml"); // Define an empty event set Set selected; // Define a second empty event set Set selected2; // Select a all burst events with amplitude > 5 selected.Select (events, Filter ("burst::*") && Column("Amplitude") > 5); // Define a histogram (20 bins from 0 to 20) Histogram1 h1 (20, 0, 20); // Fill it with the amplitude of the selected events selected.Histogram (h1, Column("Amplitude")); // Select another set of events: all Burst which are not vetoed by // a PSL glitch selected.Clear(); // Important: use ConditionPtr rather than condition ConditionPtr cond_bursts = Filter ("burst::*") && Column("Amplitude") > 5; ConditionPtr cond_pslglitch = Filter ("glitch::psl") && (Column("Amplitude") > 10); // Set the veto window to -0.5 to +0.5 sec selected.Select (events, cond_bursts && !Veto (cond_pslglitch, -0.5, 1.0)); // Again histogram it Histogram1 h2 (20, 0, 20); selected.Histogram (h2, Column("Amplitude")); // Or do it all in one ConditionPtr cond_vetoedbursts = cond_bursts && !Veto (cond_pslglitch, -0.5, 1.0); Histogram1 h3 (20, 0, 20); events.Histogram (h3, Column("Amplitude"), cond_vetoedbursts); // Make sure we only have single H1 and L1 events events.Select (IfoSet ("H1L1", IfoSet::kAnyOne)); // select all non-vetoed H1 burst selected.Select (events, IfoSet ("H1") && cond_vetoedbursts); // add all non-vetoed L1 burst selected.SelectAdd (events, IfoSet ("L1") && cond_vetoedbursts); // Now look for coincidences; set the coincidence window is 100 ms selected.Coincidence (0.1, IfoSet ("H1") && IfoSet ("L1")); // Make a 1D histogram of the time difference Histogram1 h4 (100, -0.1, 0.1); selected.Histogram (h4, Column("Time") - Column("Time")); // Or do it all in one ConditionPtr cond_H1 = IfoSet ("H1") && cond_vetoedbursts; // Shift the condition to the second event ConditionPtr cond_L1 = IfoSet ("L1") && Shift (cond_vetoedbursts); events.Histogram (h4, Column("Time") - Column("Time"), cond_H1 && cond_L1); // Check up on clusters Set clusters; clusters.SetWindow (10.0, -5.0); clusters.Clusters (2, 10); // Plot cluster number against time TSeries t1; clusters.TimeSeries (t1, Column("N"));
alphabetic index hierarchy of classes
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