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Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Re: Question Spectrum of deposited energy (Steinbach)
Date: 09 Jun, 2015
From: Tsukasa Aso <Tsukasa Aso>


 If you check the energy distributions in the filling histogram in SD,
you get a energy distribution in a step.
(This depends on what a user want to score.)

  AnalysisManager->FillH1(1, edep);
Because ProcessHits is called every step, therefore the energy deposit
is given in  energy/step. If the track is electron and takes two steps
in the scoring volume, the H1 counts twice with the energy in each step.

i.e.   E  =  E1 + E2   

(E is total energy deposit in the scoring volume. E1 and E2 are 
deposited energy in first and second steps, respectively. )

 In usual, the deposited energy distribution is integrated
for a event to see the energy deposited associating to a primary particle

If you check the energy deposit in "Hit", it will give the integrated energy-deposit.
  // Add values

** The scoring algorithm depends on what a user want to score.


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