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Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Re: Question Variance reduction (smr.srsd)
Re: None Re: Variance reduction (Marc Verderi)
Re: None Re: Variance reduction (smr.srsd)
Date: 23 Oct, 2017
From: Marc Verderi <Marc Verderi>

Hello,

When you want to score -say the energy deposit in some volume- you will do:

E_volume = Sum ( e_deposit(i) * weight(i) ) where the sum runs on "i" 
and e_deposit(i) is the deposit by some track during a step "i" in which 
the track had the weight weight(i) .

Marc


On 19/10/2017 22:13, smr.srsd wrote:
> *** Discussion title: Biasing and Scoring
>
> Hi Marc verderi ... how can i weight particles? In my work, I compared
> the results of simulating the eye with experimental data, and because
> there is a difference, I need to run a lot, but run time is very long. I
> want to apply reduce the variance. I used cutoff in physics, but I want
> to weigh the particle.
>
> Thanks
>
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