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Proton Computed Tomography (pCT) is an imaging modality that is based on the tracking of individual protons as they traverse an object. These paths deviate from a straight line due to the effects of multiple Coulomb scattering (MCS) and must be tracked using a formalism that models MCS. A sparse iterative solver, like the algebraic reconstruction technique(More)
Image reconstruction of proton Computed Tomography (pCT) is a process of solving x within a linear equation Ax = b, where A is path matrix and b is electron density matrix. Iterative Reconstruction Techniques are widely used to generate relative electron density maps for proton therapy. The reordering subsets methods, which group projections data in a(More)
Cellular automata were first used for work on self-reproducing automata which is ideal for the goal of simulating microbial communities. In addition , cellular automata have the benefit of being discrete, which enables the simulation of discrete-time signals representing the time intervals of the changing of growth that occurs within microbial communities.(More)
The dynamics of any situation refers to how the situation changes over the course of time. A basic observation of dynamical systems is how extraordinarily complicated the motions of a system can be, even when the underlying rules are extremely simple. One of the main approaches to dynamical systems is Differential equations. Given any initial state, a(More)