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Re: Question gps/number VS run/beamOn (benny)
Re: Feedback Re: gps/number VS run/beamOn (Gumplinger Peter)
Date: 21 Mar, 2011
From: benny <benny>

On Fri, 18 Mar 2011 20:04:17 GMT, Gumplinger Peter wrote:
> /gps/number 10
> 
> /run/beamOn 1
> 
> simulates 10 primary particles in 1 event
> 
> /gps/number 1
> 
> /run/beamOn 10
> 
> simulates 1 primary particle in each of the 10 events
> 
> The difference is that in the latter simulation the events are
> independent and, for example, sensitive detectors will give you the
> response to just the one simulated primary. The simulation produces 10
> such event histories. In the former, the sensitive detector response
> results from 10 primary particles overlapping (pileup) in the same event
> and you get just 1 such event history.
> 

Confusing .... But Thank You

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1 None: Re: gps/number VS run/beamOn   (Fada Guan - 26 Mar, 2011)
(_ Feedback: Re: gps/number VS run/beamOn   (Gumplinger Peter - 28 Mar, 2011)
(_ None: Re: gps/number VS run/beamOn   (Fada Guan - 31 Mar, 2011)
(_ Warning: Re: gps/number VS run/beamOn   (Gumplinger Peter - 01 Apr, 2011)
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