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2014 AAPM Spring Clinical Meeting - Session: Monte Carlo for Photon Treatment Planning; CV/SP and other Modern Algorithms; Monte Carlo for Electron Planning


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Convolution/Superposition and other Physics-Based Algorithms for Photon Treatment Planning
Moyed Miften, PhD, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO, 80045, UNITED STATES
moyed.miften@ucdenver.edu


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