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Re: None 'non-continous' electron trajectories (Dragos Constantin)
Re: None Re: 'non-continous' electron trajectories (John Apostolakis)
Date: 21 Mar, 2016
From: Dragos Constantin <Dragos Constantin>

Dear John,

What you are describing makes sense. However, I wonder what happens if the trajectory crosses in a volume with higher Z before the MSC event happens? Is the correction applied at the volume boundary? I am going to look at the simple scattering model to see if these artifacts are present for that model as well. Originally I thought it might be the OpenGL issue you have mentioned last week in here:

Thanks again,


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