Because of the independent and memoryless transport of particles, the Monte Carlo method is highly suited for parallelization. ... Manual methods require information about the particular scenario, and must be adjusted by the user. ... A simulation may even be split into multiple parts or stages by defining a geometric interface that spatially separates the parts. Each stage computes the fluence of particles at its interface, which is input to the next stage as a surface source ( Pelowitz 2007).
|Title||:||Personalised body counter calibration using anthropometric parameters|
|Publisher||:||KIT Scientific Publishing - 2014-04-10|