Challenges to Software/Computing for Experimentation at the LHC
The demands of future high energy physics experiments towards software and computing have led the experiments to plan the related activities as a full-fledged project and to investigate new methodologies and languages to meet the challenges. The paths taken by the four LHC experiments ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb are coherently put together in an LHC-wide framework based on Grid technology. The current status and understandings have been broadly outlined.
KeywordsLarge Hadron Collider Mass Storage Technical Design Report Large Hadron Collider Data Resource Broker
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