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it has been confirmed to me that the weights are unchanged using the way I described. However, I was pointed to the new generic biasing introduced in v10.0, e.g. examples/extended/biasing/GB01.
I am currently trying to implement this in my code.
On Mon, 05 May 2014 17:59:57 GMT, Stefan E. Mueller wrote:
> OK, > > I think I managed to set the PIL-factor. I do it at the end of the > Extra-Physics class I created to register the processes "GammaToMuPair" > to gamma-process list, and "muonNuclear" to the mu+/mu- process lists, > e.g. > > G4double fac = 20000.; > G4ProcessTable* theProcessTable = G4ProcessTable::GetProcessTable(); > G4MuonNuclearProcess* muPlusNucScaleProcess = (G4MuonNuclearProcess*) > theProcessTable->FindProcess("muonNuclear","mu+"); > if(muPlusNucScaleProcess) muPlusNucScaleProcess->SetPILfactor(1./fac); > > However, I noted that e.g. for the process "GammaToMuPair", I can also > call "SetCrossSecFactor(factor)". > > What is the difference between "SetPILfactor(factor)" and > "SetCrossSecFactor(factor)"? Which of the two will set the weight of the > produced tracks accordingly? Both? None? > > Stefan >