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Energy reconstruction effects in neutrino oscillation experiments and implications for the analysis
Physical Review D
Data on neutrino oscillation often involve reconstructed neutrino energies while the analysis implies the real neutrino energy. The corrections corresponding to the transformation from real to reconstructed energy are discussed in the case of Cherenkov detectors where multinucleon events appear as quasielastic ones. These corrections show up as a tendency for the events to escape the region of high flux, with a clear preference for the low energy side. This is an effect of the multinucleondoi:10.1103/physrevd.87.013009 fatcat:4zyf5xknwnfxvc6tb2lu6jwjwm