Date: Tue Jan 09 2007 - 16:54:44 CET
Could someone help me explain:
1. Presumably particles from a source don't interact with each other -
otherwise serial and independent computation of each radiation history,
as practiced in Monte Carlo simulations, wouldn't be valid. Why?
2. Presumably radiation histories do not perturb each other - otherwise,
as above, the way we do Monte Carlo simulations won't make sense. Why?
What specific principle / theory can I use to support statements such as
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