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I would like to use the new generic biasing, but unlike example GB01, I would like to bias only some processes for particles, e.g. only "GammaToMuPair" for particle "gamma". To do this, in my main I use the following code:
G4GenericBiasingPhysics* biasingPhysics = new G4GenericBiasingPhysics(); std::vector<G4String> vBiasProcGamma; vBiasProcGamma.push_back("GammaToMuPair"); biasingPhysics->Bias("gamma",vBiasProcGamma); physics->RegisterPhysics( biasingPhysics );
However, when I run my executable, I get in the output for /process/list:
biasWrapper(0) biasWrapper(compt), biasWrapper(phot), biasWrapper(conv), biasWrapper(Rayl) biasWrapper(photonNuclear),biasWrapper(GammaToMuPair)
So it seems that all processes for photons are wrapped, not only "GammaToMuPair". I get the same output for /process/list if I do simply
so it sems to me at this stage, the second argument is ignored somehow!?
Is that to be expected?
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