I'm sorry I didn't read the meail toward the end. I do not need to have the file name to tell the difference. Teo main changes have occurred btw the weights compared at the end of your message: 1st bin is no longer ranging from 0.0 -> 1.41 but from 0.0 -> 1.2 (reduces a lot the weight that we need to apply in the very first bin) The model has completely changed:: weights you're quoting are referring to the model made of hybrid reso + hybrid non reso while now we're using hybrid reso + pure non reso. That's why the weight in the first bin becomes <1. The non reso contribution now extend to 0 (before was cut of at 1.264) So : no matter weights are completely different. I'm setting up a web page with results that are consistent among models and ewights and then you'll be ablet to compare results. Alessio ______________________________________________________ Alessio Sarti Universita' & I.N.F.N. Ferrara tel +39-0532-974328 Ferrara roma +39-06-49914338 SLAC +001-650-926-2972 "... e a un Dio 'fatti il culo' non credere mai..." (F. De Andre') "He was turning over in his mind an intresting new concept in Thau-dimensional physics which unified time, space, magnetism, gravity and, for some reason, broccoli". (T. Pratchett: "Pyramids") On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, Alessio Sarti wrote: > Hi Urs, > The formula in our code is the one quoted in the very right term of eq. 14 > in the description Ric sent out yesterday. > > It reads: > (N_nr[i] - N_r[i] * e_R) > ----------------------- > (N_r[i] * e_R) > > were > N_nr > e_r == ----- > N_r (R+1) > > > hope that clears any confusion. > Concerning the weight change: can you point me to the files you're > comparing. I'll explain the differences... > > Alessio > > ______________________________________________________ > Alessio Sarti Universita' & I.N.F.N. Ferrara > tel +39-0532-974328 Ferrara > roma +39-06-49914338 > SLAC +001-650-926-2972 > > "... e a un Dio 'fatti il culo' non credere mai..." > (F. De Andre') > > "He was turning over in his mind an intresting new concept in > Thau-dimensional physics which unified time, space, magnetism, gravity > and, for some reason, broccoli". (T. Pratchett: "Pyramids") > > On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, Urs Langenegger wrote: > > > > > Hoi Alessio and Daniele, > > > > the weights changed quite a bit (apart from the binning) in the low mX > > region wrt to the initial version of Alessio. In particular, bin1 > > even changed the direction of the weight (>1 -> <1). Furthermore, is > > it still true that eq 14 is implemented in the \xi form (which is > > right) and not the middle form (which is wrong)? > > > > Cheers, > > --U. > > > > > > > > New Old > > ---------------------------------------------------- > > bin0 1 bin0 1 > > bin1 0.636768 bin1 4.09971 > > bin2 1.01957 bin2 1.30544 > > bin3 1.19293 bin3 1.763 > > bin4 1.49278 bin4 1.39208 > > bin5 1.66824 bin5 1.70889 > > bin6 1.85889 bin6 1.87091 > > bin7 1.84273 bin7 2.18299 > > bin8 1.89469 bin8 1.62982 > > bin9 1.94351 bin9 1.42043 > > bin10 1.99724 bin10 2.34514 > > bin11 1.93445 bin11 2.41272 > > bin12 2.05699 bin12 2.01187 > > bin13 2.05112 bin13 1.90189 > > bin14 2.04044 bin14 2.45736 > > bin15 2.00212 bin15 1.64077 > > bin16 1.92181 bin16 1 > > bin17 1.97053 bin17 1 > > bin18 1.94157 > > bin19 1 > > bin20 1.09792 > > bin0 1 bin0 1 > > bin1 0.690106 bin1 5.20933 > > bin2 1.39781 bin2 2.30252 > > bin3 0.987893 bin3 1.34659 > > bin4 1.34145 bin4 1.45464 > > bin5 1.17816 bin5 1.45958 > > bin6 1.75503 bin6 1.64968 > > bin7 1.89179 bin7 1.52691 > > bin8 1.95983 bin8 1.99392 > > bin9 2.01284 bin9 1.57907 > > bin10 2.03704 bin10 1.70728 > > bin11 1.97187 bin11 1.86048 > > bin12 2.05301 bin12 1.77522 > > bin13 1.99579 bin13 1.80239 > > bin14 2.02767 bin14 1.49867 > > bin15 2.06574 bin15 2.56872 > > bin16 1.94922 bin16 1 > > bin17 1.95801 bin17 1.38739 > > bin18 1.67451 > > bin19 2.13989 > > bin20 2.13989 > > > > >