Firstly, the average coordinates and energy-momentum and their
r.m.s. values of the
beam at the given moment are retrieved by
A vrT, AvrX, AvrY, AvrS, SigT, SigX, SigY, SigS,
A vrEn, AvrPx, AvrPy, AvrPs, SigEn, SigPx, SigPy, SigPs
The calling sequence is common to these 16 functions. Let us take SigX as an example.
S igX(j,k) (j= 1 or 2 or 3, k= 1 or 2 or 3)
returns the horizontal r.m.s. size of right-going (j=1) or left-going (j=2) or both (j=3) of the photon (k=1) or electron (k=2) or positron (k=3) beam. If there is one more argument like
then the particles are restricted to those in the region . The variable Smesh must be defined before.
The coordinates and the energy momentum of the test particles
can be retrieved by the functions
T estT, TestX, TestY, TestS, TestEn, TestPx, TestPy, TestPs
The calling sequence is, for example, TestX('name') or TestX(n), where 'name' is the character string for the particle name and n is an expression representing an integer . (See Sec.3.3 for the test particle name.)
There are functions related to the luminosity:
L um, LumH,
L umW, LumWbin, LumWH,
L umEE, LumEEbin, LumEEH
See Sec.3.9 for definitions for these functions.