5 | | In general, the probability that an event is accepted depends on the characteristics of the measured event, and not on the process that produced it. The measured probability density ~~%$\bar{P}(x,\alpha)$% can be related to the produced probability density %$P(x,\alpha)$%: %\[\bar{P}(x,\alpha)=Acc(x) P(x,\alpha)\]% where %$ Acc(x)$% is the detector acceptance, which depends only on %$ x $%~~ |

| 5 | In general, the probability that an event is accepted depends on the characteristics of the measured event, and not on the process that produced it. The measured probability density $\bar{P}(x,\alpha)$ can be related to the produced probability density $P(x,\alpha)$: %\[\bar{P}(x,\alpha)=Acc(x) P(x,\alpha)\]% where $ Acc(x)$ is the detector acceptance, which depends only on $ x $ |