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Detector requirements for measurements at the Electron-Ion Collider

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In the first document of the JLEIC Documentation series [JLEIC DocDB-doc-1], we outline the main drivers of the JLEIC interaction region and detector design, and the layout that has been developed in response to these drivers. Starting from the basic process at the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC), deep-inelastic scattering (DIS), we discuss the requirements for an total acceptance detector, a detector that has not only a large acceptance in the central region but also in the region that is close to both the electron-beam and ion-beam direction and allows to detect the three classes of particles that are essential for studying the inner structure of nucleons and nuclei: the scattered electron of the DIS process, the particles associated with the initial state ion, and the struck parton. This document is structured according to this classification. For each of the three particle classes, we list key measurements and the related requirements for the Central Detector and the far-forward electron and hadron detection.
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