Automated planning, knowledge-based planning and other novel developments in radiotherapy treatment planning - how do they work and perform at the ESTRO 36th conference, Vienna, Austria.
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Keywords

radiotherapy, automated planning, knowledge-based planning

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Skrobała, A. (2020). Automated planning, knowledge-based planning and other novel developments in radiotherapy treatment planning - how do they work and perform at the ESTRO 36th conference, Vienna, Austria. Letters in Oncology Science, 17(1), 64-40. https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2020.17.1.176

Abstract

The aim of this study was to review and presentation system of automated planning, knowledge-based planning and other novel developments in radiotherapy treatment planning, with the answer on the question; how do these system work and perform.  The review was based on selected reports and research problems presented during ESTRO 36th annual conference held in Vienna, Austria.

https://doi.org/10.21641/los.2020.17.1.176
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