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Use of some artificial intelligence elements in medical dosimetry and in radiation protection

Abstract : Actualy, about 40 % of the annual mean dose perceived by inhabitant (french statistics) is of medical origin by use of ionising radiations in diagnostic and therapeutic purposes (more than 50 % of cancers treated by rays). This increasing contribution year by year because of the reproduction and the rehearsal of exams can be better administered by the improvement of the purchase techniques notably by the association of physical means and of computing sciences. In this optics, we developed tools stemming from artificial intelligence in the service of the medical radiation physics and in the radiation protection.
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L. Makovicka, R. Laurent, P.E. Leni, Julien Henriet, E. Martin, et al.. Use of some artificial intelligence elements in medical dosimetry and in radiation protection. XXXIV. Days of Radiation Protection / Dny radiacni Ochrany, Nov 2012, Trebon, Czech Republic. p.110 (ISBN: 978-80-01-05140-5), 5-9 nov. ⟨hal-00752299⟩

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