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I was rather looking to learn what is your position regarding a general approach like kill these 'stuck' tracks if a certain condition happens. This is why I have placed my question in the 'Event and Track Management' forum. Obviously, the delicate thing here is to define the condition which signals that a track is stuck. I have left the geometry details out as my primary focus is the track management.
On Thu, 21 May 2015 07:53:10 GMT, Makoto Asai wrote:
> Please provide more detail of your geometry and your stuck partilcle. > With such a vague general statement, we cannot investigate your issue. > If your issue is associated with any particular solid shape, with > particular type of parametrization, or with magnetic field, please post > your question to the geometry thread. Kind regards, Makoto >
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