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Hi, How many particles did you simulate? What is the energy? I would like you to check wether the difference is within statistical error or not. If the two values become closer when you increase the number of primary, then the difference might be caused by statistical uncertainty. If not, please give us more information about your simulation such as geometry, primary ... As you think, the result should be same even if we modified the segmentations in scoring volume. However, by changing the segmentation, each step of track at the boundary of segments becomes different. If the steps are different between two simulations, the results do not become same, because sequence of random number to be used for process is different. Tsukasa
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