Revision as of 05:24, 6 October 2011 by Greilich
- libamtrack provides computational routines for the prediction of
- libamtrack is designed for research in proton and ion dosimetry and radiotherapy.
- libamtrack also provides many auxiliary physics routines for the work with proton and ion beams.
- A reference database (bibtex format) of publications related to detector response or cell survival in ion beams is located under /docs/references (see Documentation and Support).
- With libamtrack there comes a number of tools that can also be applied in different fields:
- A suite of scripts that help to automatically create bindings to a shared library (/tools/automatic_wrapper_generator)
- AmTrackService, a webservice that can provide functionalities of a shared library over the web (/tools/webgui)
- libamtrack is designed as a shared program library.
- It is written in ANSI C (GNU99 standard) to work both under POSIX systems (Linux, Mac OS X) as well as Windows.
- It uses GNU autotools for compilation.
- Its sources are hosted on using svn version control.
Publications describing libamtrack
- Grzanka et al. (2011), The application of amorphous track models to study cell survival, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 143(2-4), 232-236 (doi: 10.1093/rpd/ncq516).
- Greilich et al. (2010), Amorphous track models: a numerical comparison study, Radiation Measurements 45, 1406-1409 (doi: 10.1016/j.radmeas.2010.05.039).
- Greilich et al. (2010), libamtrack - an open‐source software library for amorphous‐track modeling, Poster at the 'International workshop in Monte Carlo computational methods in radiation track simulation and applications in physical, biological, and medical sciences' (MC2010), Stockholm / Sweden.
- Grzanka et al. (2010), The effect of analytical description of the radial distribution of delta-ray dose on the outcome of radiobiological predictions in amorphous track structure models, Poster at the 'International workshop in Monte Carlo computational methods in radiation track simulation and applications in physical, biological, and medical sciences' (MC2010), Stockholm / Sweden.
- Greilich et al. (2009), Amorphous track models: a numerical comparison study, Poster at the 11th Neutron and Ion Dosimetry Symposium (NEUDOS11), Cape Town / Southafrica.
- libamtrack is free, open-source software under the GNU GPL 3 licence or higher.