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- Output:
- **attenuationValues**: the summation of attenuation values of the X-rays in format `detectorSizeUint(1)*detectorSizeUint(2)`. <br>
- **profiling**: Output of internal time profiling. It's not necessary for calculation but it does not effect the calculation time much, espacially for big problems.<br/>
//debug
//debugMiss would be possible
Please refer to the easyExample script for explanation of usage of the profiling output.
- [Optional] **debug**: Please refer to the easyExample script for explanation of usage of the profiling output.
- [Optional] **debugMiss**: Please refer to the easyExample script for explanation of usage of the profiling output.
### <a name="attenuationCalculationWrapper"></a>attenuationCalculationWrapper
Since `nv_ray_tracing_basic` provides a summation of the attenuation coefficients along the ray path, only, the resulting values have to be converted according to the Beer-Lambert-law. This is done in the function `attenuationCalculationWrapper`. It performs the exponential function of the beer-lamber law in double precision, in contrast to the `nv_ray_tracing_basic` function, which offers single precision only for fast calculation on GPU.
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```matlab
easyExample("easy",1)
```
- Input:
- Input:
- **exampleType**: represents the string which pre-defined example should be used. Allowed values are "test", "easy" and "real". <br/>
- **buildDefault**: flag whether a build is needed before executing the example. Allowed values are 0 = no build, 1 = build with default settings, see raytracingBuilderWrapper.<br/>
- **buildDefault**: flag whether a build is needed before executing the example. Allowed values are 0 = no build, 1 = build with default settings, see raytracingBuilderWrapper.<br/>
- Output: none <br/>
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