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For my problem, the input to the detector geometry is a collection of particles generated due to neutrino interaction (simulated through GENIE neutrino generator), so one event contains several primary particles (muon, pion, proton etc). Now I want to know the first incidence/interaction position of each particle inside the sensitive detector volume and also the last position to know where the particles stop inside the volume.
In short, the start position and end position of each trajectory associated to each particle.
Any help will be very useful...
Thanks in advance,
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