aanet output - too many tracks
When I was comparing evt and aanet output of gSeagen I've encountered the following problems:
In the aanet file we have two extra tracks which don't appear in evt file (mc_trks and mc_trks). Their direction vectors are [0,0,0] and their particle type is some very huge number, but still they have some small energy. What I have found out is that the energy of these two strange tracks is always the same (14.895 and 13.971). What do they represent, is this some kind of error?
The mother_id of the tracks is -1 for the primary neutrino, -1 and 0 for these two strange ghost tracks, and 1 for every other track. It is hard to understand, because the primary neutrino has always id=0. It seems that all the tracks, which can also be found in the evt output originate from one of these ghost tracks I described above.
The last thing is the energy conservation. When I add up all the energies of secondary tracks (neglecting the two ghost tracks) I end up with the value which is systematically bigger of around 1 than the energy of the primary neutrino. This I think applies to the output in general, no matter if it's aanet or evt