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Maximum number of subscans in a scan

To compute the maximum number of subscans in a scan ( \ensuremath{n_\ensuremath{\mathrm{subscan}}^\ensuremath{\mathrm{max}}}), we assume that the maximum duration of a scan is \ensuremath{d_\ensuremath{\mathrm{scan}}} so that $\ensuremath{d_\ensuremath{\mathrm{cal}}}/\ensuremath{d_\ensuremath{\mathrm{scan}}}$ is an integer number. The value \ensuremath{n_\ensuremath{\mathrm{subscan}}^\ensuremath{\mathrm{max}}} is then defined with

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