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Go-Smart: Open-Ended, Web-Based Modelling of Minimally Invasive Cancer Treatments via a Clinical Domain Approach [article]

Phil Weir, Roland Ellerweg, Stephen Payne, Dominic Reuter, Tuomas Alhonnoro, Philip Voglreiter, Panchatcharam Mariappan, Mika Pollari, Chang Sub Park, Peter Voigt, Tim van Oostenbrugge, Sebastian Fischer (+6 others)
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The simulation technology is released as a set of open source components  ...  This is achieved using a domain model that relates entities from theoretical, engineering and clinical domains, allowing algorithmic generation of simulation configuration for several open source solvers  ...  The project discussed in this work, the Go-Smart project [82] , provides a web platform for highly adaptable simulation of minimally invasive cancer treatments.  ... 
arXiv:1803.09166v1 fatcat:ezrpgz6kffgbvkivmukmhnzb2m

Go-Smart: Web-based Computational Modeling of Minimally Invasive Cancer Treatments [article]

Phil Weir, Dominic Reuter, Roland Ellerweg, Tuomas Alhonnoro, Mika Pollari, Philip Voglreiter, Panchatcharam Mariappan, Ronan Flanagan, Chang Sub Park, Stephen Payne, Elmar Staerk, Peter Voigt (+2 others)
2015 arXiv   pre-print
The web-based Go-Smart environment is a scalable system that allows the prediction of minimally invasive cancer treatment.  ...  This model is used to compare patient-specific treatment plans and device performance via built-in simulation tools.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was funded by the European Commission, under Grant Agreement no. 600641, FP7 Project Go-Smart.  ... 
arXiv:1511.03418v1 fatcat:jm34u6anjrcybchkcpvk4q4kqq