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Question How to define a power-law using GPS 

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Date: 10 Aug, 2010
From: Manuel Castro Avila <Manuel Castro Avila>

Hi all,

I am trying to define a power law to describe the energy distribution into my simulation. So, the power-law is defined in the following way:

F(E)=AE^{alpha}

where alpha is the spectral index and A is normalization.

Using GPS I can define the following parameters:

/gps/ene/type Pow
/gps/ene/min 20. kev
/gps/ene/max 600. keV
/gps/ene/alpha -2

but I can not define the parameter A.

Anyone knows how define this parameter using GPS?? I read the documentation about GPS, but I didn't find anything about how define this parameter.

Thanks,
Manuel

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