Class  Description 

BSurfCylinder 
Cylinder with boundaries in z.

ClusCylPhi 
Describes a cluster which measures phi on a cylinder.

ClusCylPhiZ 
Describes a cluster which measures phiz on a cylinder, where
phiz = phi + stereo*z.

ClusCylPhiZ2D 
Describes a cluster which measures phi and z on a cylinder.

ClusterFindCyl 
Cluster finder for a cylindrical layer.

ClusterFindCyl2D 
Cluster finder for a cylindrical layer.

CylEloss 
Class for modifying the covariance matrix of a track which
has been propagated to an InteractingLayer containing
a LayerCylinder.

CylElossSim 
Class for simulating Energy Loss in SurfCylinders.

HitCylPhi 
Describes a phi measurement on a cylinder.

HitCylPhiGenerator 
Generates HitCylPhi hits on a cylindrical surface with a gaussian spread in the measurement.

HitCylPhiZ 
Describes a phiz measurement on a cylinder.

HitCylPhiZ2D 
Describes a measurement of both phi and z on a cylinder.

HitCylPhiZ2DGenerator 
Generates HitCylPhiZ2D hits on a cylindrical surface with a
gaussian spread in the measurements correlated according to
the covariance matrix.

HitCylPhiZGenerator 
Generates HitCylPhiZ hits on a cylindrical surface with a gaussian spread in the measurement.

LayerCylinder 
This is a simple layer consisting of one cylindrical surface.

PropCyl 
Propagates tracks from one cylinder to another in a constant solenoidal magnetic field.

PropJoinCyl 
PropJoinCyl propagates tracks from a starting surface to a cylinder and
then to the final surface.

SurfCylinder 
Defines the pure suface corresponding to a cylinder with axis
along the zaxis.

ThickCylMs 
This class modifies the covariance matrix of a track which
has been propagated to an InteractingLayer containing
a LayerCylinder.

ThinCylMs 
This class modifies the covariance matrix of a track
corresponding to multiple
scattering in a thin cylindrical shell whose material is
represented by the number of radiation lengths.

ThinCylMsSim 
Class for adding Multiple Scattering to track vectors defined at
SurfCylinders.

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