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Abstract

The DØ and CDF collaborations are preparing their detectors for the Tevatron Run II. A 20-fold increase in integrated luminosity is planned for the first two years of the upcoming run, and the detector subsystems are undergoing substantial improvements to handle the higher rates as well as to better measure the products of the , interactions. This review discusses the physics goals that motivate these detector enhancements and describes in detail the improvements being made to the charged particle tracking, calorimetry, muon identification, and trigger subsystems of both detectors.

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2000-12-01
2024-06-16
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