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Geant4 provides tools to generate a detector response, such as, for instance, pulse height spectra. This simulation domain is called "digitisation"; the Geant4 digits_hits package is responsible for it.
I suggest you to read the corresponding sections in the Geant4 Application Developer Guide, where the details of how it works are illustrated.
You may also want to have a look at the Geant4 Advanced Example gammaray_telescope, that shows how to use the digitisation mechanism in the experimental environment of gamma-ray astronomy. You can find it in geant4/examples/advanced/gammaray_telescope.
Maria Grazia Pia
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