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> I am trying to understand the significance of Readout > geometry. It seems > when the real geometry is complicated,using readout could be > useful. So my > understanding is the hits collected is associated with > virtual readout geometry, > not the real geometry.For example, if readout geometry A > coresponding real objects > B and C in space, the energy deposition got in A is > contributed by two parts ,one from > B, the other from C. But user could not tell which part > belongs to which object. Is > my understanding right? Correct. > Then go further, another question is, in some case, if > we don't know the real > geometry before experiemnts, such as the real geometry is an > unknow sample waiting for > test, could we use readout geometry to avoid the correlation > between hits > and the real sample? For example, sample A is a box, sample B > is a ball. > we want to know the energy deposition in these samples. If we > can , that is a very > good news , because we only need to write one readout > geometry whose size is big enough > to contain all samples. Can we? Yes, you can. Please note that the boundary of the readout geometry does not limit a step.
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