DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/202024502002
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Abstract: The ATLAS physics program at the LHC relies on very large samples of simulated events. Most of these samples are produced with Geant4, which provides a highly detailed and accurate simulation of the ATLAS detector. However, this accuracy comes with a high price in CPU, and the sensitivity of many physics analyses is already limited by the available Monte Carlo statistics and will be even more so in the future as datasets grow. To solve this problem, sophisticated fast simulation tools are developed, and they w… Show more

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