A special group ID has been reserved for use in specifying the group of all sources. When Grpid = ALL, the model will automatically setup a source group called ALL that includes all sources modeled for that particular run. If desired, the user can setup a group of all sources with a different group ID by explicitly specifying all sources on the input card(s).
As described in Section 2.3, the maximum number of source groups is controlled by a Fortran PARAMETER statement in the computer code. If the user attempts to define more than the allowable number of source groups, the model will generate an appropriate error message.
As discussed in Sections 184.108.40.206 and 3.2.9, it is sometimes important for a user to know the contribution of a particular source to the total result for a group. These source contribution analyses are facilitated in the Short Term model by the introduction of the EVENT model. The EVENT model uses the same source groups that are identified by ISCST (when the input file is generated using the CO EVENTFIL option), but the model is structured in a way that it retains individual source results for particular events. The Long Term model is able to provide source contribution information in the first pass, because of the different data structures and memory requirements for that model. Refer to the sections noted above for a more complete description of the EVENT model and its uses.
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