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Re: Question How to define a power-law using GPS (Manuel Castro Avila)
Date: 11 Aug, 2010
From: Juan <Juan>

Hi,

You do not define A, you need to relate it with the number of primaries you will generate. The integral between the energy limits gives you the number of primaries.

N = \int_{Emin}^{Emax} A E^{alpha}

If you simulate 1000 x N primaries you have to normalize all your analysis data by 1000 and so on.

Juan

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