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Repeated Sampling gives me an estimator for the energy deposited (i.e. the mean of the values provided by geant4). But this estimator is most certainly not the true value, because of errors in geant's modeling of the physics processes, uncertainty of cross sections, and maybe some other things. So my question is, is there a way to estimate this systematic error (some literature reference or even through some information provided by geant4 itself) ? Or will the announced features "event biasing" provide some help ?
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