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Hi, On 04/22/2011 03:34 AM, Tsukasa Aso wrote: > > *** Discussion title: Hits, Digitization and Pileup > > Hi, > > First of all, we found trouble for a combination of cellflux scorer > with cylinder shape. If you apply R segmentation, the value is not correct. > This is caused by wrong calculation of cubic volume inside scorer. > The bug will be fixed in next patch. I got similar results using a spheric shape section, delimited in R, Theta and Phi. My geometry has many of those shapes arranged side by side in theta and phi. When I shut electrons in my detector I note that if the electron is in the middle of the spheric section I got an amount of signal, but if the electron is near a boundary between two spheric section the signal is higher. Can be also in spheric shape section a similar problem than in cylinder shape? I noted this behaviour in Geant4 9.3.p02. In the next week I'll try what happen with Geant4 9.4.p01. Best regards, Vito