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2014 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Developments in Monte Carlo Methods for Medical Imaging


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Introduction to Monte Carlo simulations in medical imaging and state-of-the-art computational acceleration methods
Andreu Badal PhD
andreu.badal-soler@fda.hhs.gov


Handout(s): 90-25307-333462-104526.pdf
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Validation of Monte Carlo simulations for medical imaging - Experimental validation and the AAPM Task Group 195 Report - Ioannis Sechopoulos PhD
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Review of anatomical models of human anatomy - Stylized to Voxel to Hybrid - Wesley Bolch PhD
Variance reduction and denoising methods in Monte Carlo simulations for medical imaging - Wojciech Zbijewski
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