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Cancer Treatment Planning with Grid-Based Technology

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Cancer Treatment Planning with Grid-Based Technology
sented by abstract mathematical structures, and visualization is used to convert these into pictures. At the core of every simulation is a mathematical model that is evaluated by a computer. Invariably, a computer simulation model is defined by a number of parameters that control the behaviour of the simulation, and which are therefore of crucial importance to the model developer and the end-user of the model. Awareness of a model’s behaviour is greatly enhanced when a researcher is given the ability to control a simulation by interactively manipulating the model’s parameters. Such an interactive system aids in exploring the behaviour of a simulation because parameter changes are immediately visible. This provides a feedback-response mechanism allowing a researcher to use the visualization to plan a response. Tumour Growth Simulation In the EU-funded project ‘Advancing Clinico-Genomic Trials (ACGT) on Cancer’, researchers collaborate to combine interactive visualization, virtua...
Robert G. Belleman, Michael Scarpa, Bram Stolk
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ERCIM
Authors Robert G. Belleman, Michael Scarpa, Bram Stolk
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