From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Fri Nov 16 2007 - 18:54:02 CET

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    Yes, t=0 is the end of the last irradiation interval as defined by IRRPROFI.

    >From the manual, at IRRPROFI:
      Several cards can be combined up to a maximum of 20 irradiation
      intervals. Decay times as requested by DCYTIMES commands will be
      calculated from the end of the last one. Scoring during irradiation
      can be obtained giving negative decay times in DCYTIMES
    And still from the manual, at DCYTIMES:
      All decay times are counted from the end of the last irradiation period
      as defined by the IRRPROFI command. A null decay time activates
      scoring exactly at the end of irradiation. A negative decay time is
      admitted: scoring is performed at the chosen time "during

    I think this last sentence answers exactly your question.


    On Fri, 16 Nov 2007, Markus Kirk wrote:

    > Hello dear Users,
    > Can anyone tell me exactly what the definition of a negative cooling time
    > is?
    > My guess is that all times specified in the DCYTIMES card be they -ve or +ve
    > are relative to t=0
    > Where t=0 is the end of the IRRIPROFI.
    > Cheers,
    > Markus

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