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On Fri, 23 Aug 2013 08:55:27 GMT, Frank Steinke wrote:
> I would like to know how the radioactive Decay is implemented in Geant4. > But in the G4RadioactiveDecay.cc file, there are links to websites that > doesn't exist anymore. The two links are: > > http://www.space.dera.gov.uk/space_env/rdm.html and > http://www.space.qinetiq.com/space_env/rdm.html they can be found in > G4RadioactiveDecay.cc at the beginning of the code. Could you post the > new websites, where the documentation can be found? I'm thankful for any > help.
Yes, those sites no longer support the old versions of the G4RDM documentation.
The documentation for G4RDM has been integrated into the latest versions of the Application Developer's Guide and Physics Reference Manual, available from the G4 main Web site: https://geant4.cern.ch/support/userdocuments.shtml
If you find the documentation incomplete, or confusing, please do let us know (as specifically as possible), so that we can improve it.
-- Michael Kelsey