Commit 1c2631b3 authored by Lennart Huth's avatar Lennart Huth Committed by Simon Spannagel
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added material budget to the documentation

(cherry picked from commit bf72b84d)
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\item The intrinsic resolution of the detector has to be specified using the \parameter{spatial_resolution} parameter, a two-dimensional vector holding the position resolution for the column and row directions. This value is used to assign the uncertainty of cluster positions. This parameter defaults to the pitch$/\sqrt{12}$ of the respective detector if not specified.
\item The intrinsic time resolution of the detector should be specified using the \parameter{time_resolution} parameter with units of time. This can be used to apply detector specific time cuts in modules. This parameter is only required when using relative time cuts in the analysis.
\item The \parameter{time_offset} can be used to shift the individual detector time frames of reference to e.g.\ account for time of flight effects between different detector planes by adding a fixed offset.
\item The \parameter{material_budget} defines the material budget of the
sensor layer in factions of the radiation length, including support
structures.
\item Pixels to be masked in the offline analysis can be placed in a separate file specified by the \parameter{mask_file} parameter explained in detail in Section~\ref{sec:masking}.
\item A region of interest in the given detector can be defined using the \parameter{roi} parameter. More details on this functionality can be found in Section~\ref{sec:roi}.
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