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CBM Notes

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Regulations for CBM Notes

  • CBM Notes are an instrument of internal communication within the CBM Collaboration.
  • Access to CBM notes is restricted to members of the collaboration.
  • CBM notes are kept in a suitable repository for collaborative access.
  • Authors of a note are those having contributed to the content.
  • CBM notes follow a common formatting and layout as approved by the Editorial Board. Suitable templates are provided to the collaboration.
  • There are three categories of CBM notes:
    • Technical Notes describe properties and performances of the CBM detector systems. They are named CBM-TN-[yynnn], where [yy] denotes the year and [nnn] a consecutive number within the year. They are authorised by the respective detector project leader or, if not attributable to one detector project, by the Technical Coordinator.
    • Computing Notes provide information on CBM software and data processing systems. They are named CBM-CN-[yynnn], where [yy] denotes the year and [nnn] a consecutive number within the year. They are authorised by the respective computing project leader or, if not attributable to one computing project, by the Computing Coordinator.
    • Physics Notes describe physics performance or analysis results. They are named CBM-PN-[yynnn], where [yy] denotes the year and [nnn] a consecutive number within the year. They are authorised by the respective Physics Working Group convenor or, if not attributable to one PWG, by the Physics Coordinator.
    • A note not unambiguously assignable to one of the above categories may be qualified by more than one name.
  • Notes are tagged with the relevant detector or computing project or PWG to be searchable from the repository.
  • If considered appropriate by the competent Board, notes can be made publicly accessible. The decision for publication is done by the Editorial Board. For public notes, the procedures and rules for CBM publications apply. The qualification to be public does not change the naming of the note nor the author list. Public notes are made accessible to the general public through a suitable, persistent web interface.
These regulations were decided by the CBM Management Board on 20 June 2018.

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-- VolkerFriese - 25 Jun 2018
Topic revision: r2 - 25 Jun 2018, VolkerFriese
 
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