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Dear Tsuguo Aramaki,
I am also intersted in your effort. From our comparison between data and simulation, it seems the inelastic cross section in MC might be large for low energy anti-proton. Did you see any improvement when your modification was used? Did you try QGSP_BERT_HP package? Thanks.
On Thu, 03 Sep 2009 16:24:33 GMT, Tsuguo Aramaki wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. I compiled and re-run it, but I didn't see any > effect of my change... I was using the QGSP_Bart package, but I will try > to make my own physics list as in the example. Thanks. >