allows to associate scoring detectors of given estimator types with dose equivalent conversion factors and to filter scoring detectors according to auxiliary (generalised) particle distributions or ion isotopic ranges. See also EVENTBIN, USRBDX, USRBIN, USRTRACK, USRCOLL, USRYIELDWHAT(1): binning / estimator type to associate the card with 1.0 : USRBDX 2.0 : USRBIN / EVENTBIN (only for binning of quantities scored along a step, see Note 6) 3.0 : USRTRACK 4.0 : USRCOLL 5.0 : USRYIELDDefault= 2.0 USRBIN/EVENTBINWHAT(2): particle (or particle family) to be considered as a filter for the associated scoring card > -100.0 : particle or particle family code <= -100.0 Isotope coding (to filter ions). To select atomic number Z, mass number A and isomeric state M:WHAT(2)= -(Mod(Z,100)*100 + A*100000 + M*100000000). Z = 0 means all atomic numbers for the given A, A = 0 includes all mass numbers for a given Z, M = 0 includes all ground and isomeric states. To select only the ground state set M = 9Default= 201.0: all particles (ALL-PART)WHAT(3)= i0 + 100 x i1: flag for considering the possible parent for delta rather than the delta itself (Moller and Bhabha excluded) when filtering for particle type (seeWHAT(2)), or to exclude charged products of pointwise neutron interactions from the scoring in order to avoid possible double counting i0 = 0: ignored = 1: the delta parent is used for filtering = -1: reset to default (=0) i1 = 0: ignored = 1: charged products of low energy neutron pointwise interactions are excluded from the application of conversion coefficients (default) = 2: charged products of low energy neutron pointwise interactions are included from the application of conversion coefficients (default) = -1: reset to default (=1)WHAT(4): lower bound index (or corresponding name) of the indices of the detectors in which the associated scoring is activated (see Note 1) ("From detectorWHAT(4)....")Default= 1.0WHAT(5): upper bound index (or corresponding name) of the indices of the detectors in which the associated scoring is activated (see Note 1) ("to detectorWHAT(5)....")Default=WHAT(4)WHAT(6)= step length in assigning indices ("in steps ofWHAT(6)")Default: 1.0SDUM: For dose equivalent (DOSE-EQ) scoring, the user can provide the energy-dependent coefficients for the conversion of fluence to effective dose and ambient dose equivalent for neutrons, protons, charged pions, muons, photons and electrons [Roe06,Pel00]. The following dose conversion coefficients sets are available: 1) Effective dose sets from ICRP74 and Pelliccioni data [Pel00] calculated with ICRP radiation weighting factors Wr (a) EAP74 : Anterior-Posterior irradiation (b) ERT74 : Rotational irradiation geometry (c) EWT74 : WORST possible geometry for the irradiation 2) Effective dose sets from ICRP74 and Pelliccioni data calculated with the Pelliccioni radiation weighting factors Wr (a) EAPMP : Anterior-Posterior irradiation (b) ERTMP : Rotational irradiation geometry (c) EWTMP : WORST possible geometry for the irradiation 3) Ambient dose equivalent from ICRP74 and Pelliccioni data (a) AMB74 4) Ambient dose equivalent with old "GRS"-conversion factors (a) AMBGSDefault: AMB74Default(DOSE-EQ scoring and option AUXSCORE not given): AMB74Notes:1) USRBIN/EVENTBIN detectors are counted together, and so are USRTRACK and USRCOLL. 2) Conversion coefficients for Effective Dose "WORST" irradiation geometry are obtained choosing at each energy the largest value of the coefficients for the other geometries. 3) For photons and electrons, only the sets EAP74, ERT74, EWT74 and AMB74 are implemented. If sets from the second group (EAPMP, ERTMP, EWTMP) are requested, the respective set from the first group will be used instead. For set AMBGS, zero values are returned. 4) Dose conversion coefficients exist only for some particle types: hadrons, muons, photons, electrons/positrons. For all other particle types, zero factor will be returned. This is particularly important for heavy ions where zero factor will be scored (see Note 5) 5) For particles such as heavy ions, for which fluence conversion factors are not available, it is possible to score with USRBIN the generalised particle DOSEQLET, i.e. dose equivalent as defined by ICRU: H = D x Q(L), where L is the unrestricted Linear Energy Transfer in water. 6) A USRBIN/EVENTBIN detector can be associated to AUXSCORE only if the binned quantity is scored along a step (10.0 <=WHAT(1)<= 18.0). In particular, AUXSCORE cannot be used to filter activity or specific activity. Examples:*...+....1....+....2....+....3....+....4....+....5....+....6....+....7....+....USRBIN 10.0 208.0 -50.0 10.0 10.0 10.0Ene.p USRBIN -10.0 -10.0 -10.0 100.0 100.0 100.0& AUXSCORE 2.0 1.0 1.0* The above AUXSCORE card will filter the energy scoring of the* USRBIN card to only the energy that is deposited by protonsUSRBIN 10.0 ENERGY -50.0 10.0 10.0 10.0Ene.pi USRBIN -10.0 -10.0 -10.0 100.0 100.0 100.0& AUXSCORE USRBIN MUONS Ene.pi* Similar to the previous example but in a name based inputUSRBIN 10.0 DOSE-EQ -50.0 10.0 10.0 10.0DoseEq USRBIN -10.0 -10.0 -10.0 100.0 100.0 100.0& AUXSCORE USRBIN DoseEq AMB74* Score ambient dose equivalent in a Cartesian mesh from all particlesUSRYIELD 124.0 HEAVYION -87. TARGS3 INAIR 1.0 Fe56 USRYIELD 180.0 0.0 18. 10.0 0.0 3.0 & AUXSCORE 5.0 -5602600. Fe56 Fe56* Score yield of 56 Fe ions