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If you are talking about the accuracy of each physics model, it is better to be discussed in the physics processes forum. Geant4 will give you the most accurate value as far as each physics model can predict. Thus we do not give "systematic errors" in your sense. I beleive no other simulator can give this kind of information. Of course we are trying to give the most accurate results. The applicability of each physics model should be written in the Physics Reference Manual.
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