FUMILI-based minimization with constraints using method of elimination of differentials
Laboratory of Nuclear Problems, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, RU-141980 Dubna, Russia
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Published online: 4 February 2019
Kinematic filtting is one of the popular particle physics problems where constraint minimization is used. The constraints setting additional relations between parameters p can be given in form of equations φ(p1,..., pn) = 0. Often these equations are non-linear and complicated, and thus it is impossible or impractical to eliminate redundant parameters directly. The article covers employing of the minimization approach called a method of elimination of differentials, that is being developed at JINR as an extension to the FUMILI minimizer, and is intended for kinematic filtting in particle physics experiments.
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