From: Josh R Klein (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 22:06:41 CDT
The one dimension not in this set of plots is time. It might
be interesting to know (or to show NuSAG) that a particular baseline
might do better initially, while another does better later on.
On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 01:34:31PM -0400, Mike Shaevitz wrote:
> Prompted by a question at NuSAG from Natalie Roe, I have
> looked at our sensitivity vs. far detector location (See
> attached plot - red line is at 0.005). To me, it looks like
> for any dm2 value between 0.0013 and 0.0030 eV^2, our 1500 m
> is a good choice. If dm2 is shown to be greater than
> 0.0022, one might want to go closer to get a better shape
> measurement. It is fairly obvious that going to larger
> distances has no advantage.
> I was thinking of sending these plots to Natalie (and Peter
> Meyers), so let me know if you have comments.
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