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Hi there, I am having trouble integrating a parallel world for sensitive detector geometry that overlays my mass geometry. I have tried to implement the parallel world in the same way that example RE04 has done, where I create and define my parallel world geometry and sensitive detector as normal, and then register a new G4ParallelWorldPhysics for the associated parallel world. I've looked at RE06 but it seems to use MultiFunctionalDetectors which are unnecessary and more complicated than what I am trying to do.
Most recently my errors involve segmentation violations like !!!!!!!! Filter: auxiliary points are being memory leaked !!!!!
*** Break *** segmentation violation Generating stack trace...
but in my journey to figure this out I've run into a variety of different errors, so I really have no idea exactly where I stand in relation to solving this problem. I believe I might be either messing up my geometry in some way, that I am improperly linking the sensitive detectors with the ParallelPhysics/ParallelProcess functionality, but I am unsure. Please help if you can!
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