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Hello, I am trying to use the parameterization class to make my detector in the Geant4 framework.
In detail, The detector is consisted of with a number of the same geometry and has a multi-layered structure.
However, the bottom layer has different structure slightly, so I divided the detector into two parts is that the bottom part and upper one.
The problem is that a sensitive detector that I am using can distinguish the geometries only by their copy number and I can't modify the SD.
So, I would like to modify a copy number of the upper parameterization volume so that a copy number of the first volume in the upper part leads to the last number of the lower one.
Then I googled a way to modify a copy number of each volume in parameterization but I can't find anything.
Can I modify the copy number as I said? If it is possible, please tell me the way to modify the copy number.
Sorry for my poor English. If you can't understand the meaning of my words, please ask me about it.
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