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I am looking to hadronic processes (proton -> Beryllium target), and I was looking to secondary production. As there is large discrepency of G4/QGSP with respect to FLUKA and analytic description, I was looking to the G4Track header file and found this piece of code:
// track weight // These are methods for manipulating a weight for this track. G4double GetWeight() const; void SetWeight(G4double aValue);
Does it mean that each (or some) track is affected by a multiplicity weight which may be the source of the discrepency found (note that MARS FLUKA are using weight method to produce the particles...)?
Regards Jean-Eric Campagne
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