CsI(Tl) scintillators, Physics Analysis Workstation, pulse shape
The basis of a new method of automatic particle identification for CsI(Tl) scintillators is described and discussed. A useful tool for this purpose is PAW (Physics Analysis Workstation). PAW is an interactive and object-oriented utility for visualizing data, statistical analysis and some other tasks, which combines different CERN packages. A special procedure for CsI(Tl) data analysis, running under PAW in a batch mode, has been written and tested. The recent paper presents the main idea of the method and results obtained for simulated data. As the first step of the test, a relatively simple case of data has been examined. Obtained results indicate that for more complicated cases the procedure should work effectively as well.