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Re: mvd classes [message #4593 is a reply to message #4590] Fri, 29 June 2007 11:25 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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[quote title=Ralf Kliemt wrote on Fri, 29 June 2007 11:06]
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In the Hybrid hitProducer when you ask for GetlocalHitPoint transformation , how will be the coordinates system of
the silicon sensor defined? Is the same as the global frame?


GetLocalHitPoints(point, posInL, posOutL);
Takes the MvdPoint point (global frame) and converts the in and out points to the local sensor frame (written to posInL and posOutL).

Yes that i have already understood, maybe my question was not so clear, I mean
In the global frame my layers (bos xyz)
are defined in the x-z plane(horizontal), with the strips along the x-axis or along the z-axis,

So In the local frame, is this definition kept, I mean is the x-z plane in the global frame
the same as in the local frame?

best regards
alicia s.
 
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