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Issue No.04 - July/August (2004 vol.6)
pp: 60-68
Antonio Leal , University of Seville
Franciso S?nchez-Doblado , University of Seville
Mar? Perucha , University of Seville
Ester Carrasco , University of Seville
Magnolia Rinc? , University of Seville
Rafael Arrans , Virgen Macarena Hospital of Seville
Carlos Bernal , Andalusian Scientific and Computing Center
Monte Carlo simulation is an accurate way of assessing radiotherapy dose distribution in nonhomogeneous volumes, but it requires long processing times. A new distribution model simulates radiotherapy treatments and runs on a PC network, which reduces the processing time and makes for a powerful treatment-verification tool.
Antonio Leal, Franciso S?nchez-Doblado, Mar? Perucha, Ester Carrasco, Magnolia Rinc?, Rafael Arrans, Carlos Bernal, "Monte Carlo Simulation of Complex Radiotherapy Treatments", Computing in Science & Engineering, vol.6, no. 4, pp. 60-68, July/August 2004, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2004.16
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