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Dear Geant4 Experts:
I'm trying to use GPS to generate cosmic muons in my Geant4 project .
The energy and direction (i.e. θ) should obey a joint distribution.
Is it possible to use joint distributions in GPS ?
P.S. I have read the GPS section in Geant4 User Manual, it seems that there is another doc that describes GPS in more detail:
General purpose Source Particle Module for Geant4/SPARSET: Technical Note, UoS-GSPM-Tech, Issue 1.1, C Ferguson, February 2000
However, I failed to find it. Could you pls tell me where to find this doc ?
Thank you in advance.