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Question Scoring with multiple energy bins 

Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 01 Nov, 2018
From: <ElenaN>

I want to score a quantity (e.g. neutron track length in a volume) in many energy bins. So far I had this implemented by iteratively assigning a primitive scorer with a different energy filter for every energy bin. This worked fine. However, in a new problem I now have a large number of detector volumes and this multiplied with the number of energy bins leaves me with a huge number of primitive scorers which causes a crash with segmentation fault (it works when I reduce the number of detector volumes).

I am now wondering if there's a solution for this problem and if what I've been doing so far is even the proper way to go about this. The way the iteration through the hitsMap is set up led me to believe there might be a way to set up a primitive scorer so that it detects more than just one single quantity. Is that the case? Either assigning multiple volumes or multiple energy bins would help me.

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