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From: Eric Hu <eric.y.hu.gmail.com>

Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 15:38:13 -0800

Hi, the expected error in the mean is given as 0.081*sqrt[0.1/50] at

the end of the charge perturbation in vacuum. Shouldn't it be

0.081*sqrt[0.1/100] since the length-of-simulation is 100ps.

Eric

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Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 15:38:13 -0800

Hi, the expected error in the mean is given as 0.081*sqrt[0.1/50] at

the end of the charge perturbation in vacuum. Shouldn't it be

0.081*sqrt[0.1/100] since the length-of-simulation is 100ps.

Eric

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