Repairable–Conditionally Repairable Damage Model Based on Dual Poisson Processes

@inproceedings{Lind2003RepairableConditionallyRD,
  title={Repairable–Conditionally Repairable Damage Model Based on Dual Poisson Processes},
  author={B. Lind and L. M. Persson and M. Edgren and I. Hedl{\"o}f and A. Brahme},
  booktitle={Radiation research},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Lind, B. K., Persson, L. M., Edgren, M. R., Hedlöf, I. and Brahme, A. Repairable–Conditionally Repairable Damage Model Based on Dual Poisson Processes. Radiat. Res. 160, 366–375 (2003). The advent of intensity-modulated radiation therapy makes it increasingly important to model the response accurately when large volumes of normal tissues are irradiated by controlled graded dose distributions aimed at maximizing tumor cure and minimizing normal tissue toxicity. The cell survival model… Expand
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