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I am using the scheme presented in the extended example GB01 to bias the Elastic and Inelastic processes induced by protons in silicon, which can be realized by adding the commands:
G4String procname = callingProcess->GetWrappedProcess()->GetProcessName(); if (procname.contains("Elastic") == 0 && procname.contains("Inelastic") == 0) return 0;
in the function GB01BOptrMultiParticleChangeCrossSection::ProposeOccurenceBiasingOperation(). But when the hIoni process happens, previousOperation != operation will happen in the function GB01BOptrChangeCrossSection::ProposeOccurenceBiasingOperation(), then the warning exGB01.02 "Logic problem in operation handling !" appears. I want to know what's the problem, and why previousOperation != operation should not happen. I really don't know the meaning of previousOperation, although I see the explanations and the related class G4BiasingProcessInterface.
Many thanks for your help in advance!
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