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Commissioning and Quality Assurance of a Treatm...
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The main goal of the radiation therapy is to kill the cancerous cell and save the normal cells with treatment planning. The sophisticated Treatment Planning Systems (TPSs) are used to improve the accuracy of dose calculations in radiotherapy treatment planning. Regarding patient safety and success of therapy, its accurate and stable functioning is an issue of highest importance. For these reasons commissioning and Quality Assurance (QA) procedures have to be implemented for the clinical routine running of a TPS. The purpose of this work is to perform the commissioning and Quality Assurance (QA) of Eclipse Treatment Planning System (TPS).

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 02.07.2020
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Safely Kept Stakes Top Three Finishers
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Safely Kept Breeders'' Cup Stakes, a grade 3 American thoroughbred race for three-year olds fillies run at six furlongs on dirt at Laurel Park Racecourse Maryland in Laurel, Maryland. The race is named in honor of Jayeff "B" Stable''s and Barry Weisbord''s 1989 Eclipse Award Champion Sprinter and 1989 Columbia Stakes winner Safely Kept in 1996. The race has been called several different titles beginning with Columbia Handicap (after a nearby town in Maryland) from 1986-1987, then the Columbia Stakes from 1989-1995.

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End Of The American Century   Pb
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This compelling and persuasive book is the first to explore all of the interrelated aspects of America's decline. Hard-hitting and provocative, yet measured and clearly written, The End of the American Century demonstrates the phases of social, economic, and international decline that mark the end of a period of world dominance that began with World War II. The costs of the war on terror and the Iraq War have exacerbated the already daunting problems of debt, poverty, inequality, and political and social decay. David S. Mason convincingly argues that the United States, like other great powers in the past, is experiencing the dilemma of 'imperial overstretch'--bankrupting the home front in pursuit of costly and fruitless foreign ventures. The author shows that elsewhere in the world, the United States is no longer admired as a model for democracy and economic development; indeed, it is often feared or resented. He compares the United States and its accomplishments with other industrialized democracies and potential rivals. The European Union is more stable in economic and social terms, and countries like India and China are more economically dynamic. These and other nations will soon eclipse the United States, signaling a fundamental transformation of the global scene. This transition will require huge adjustments for American citizens and political leaders alike. But in the end, Americans--and the world--will be better off with a less profligate, more interdependent United States. More information is available on the author's website.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.07.2020
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End Of The American Century   Pb
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This compelling and persuasive book is the first to explore all of the interrelated aspects of America's decline. Hard-hitting and provocative, yet measured and clearly written, The End of the American Century demonstrates the phases of social, economic, and international decline that mark the end of a period of world dominance that began with World War II. The costs of the war on terror and the Iraq War have exacerbated the already daunting problems of debt, poverty, inequality, and political and social decay. David S. Mason convincingly argues that the United States, like other great powers in the past, is experiencing the dilemma of 'imperial overstretch'--bankrupting the home front in pursuit of costly and fruitless foreign ventures. The author shows that elsewhere in the world, the United States is no longer admired as a model for democracy and economic development; indeed, it is often feared or resented. He compares the United States and its accomplishments with other industrialized democracies and potential rivals. The European Union is more stable in economic and social terms, and countries like India and China are more economically dynamic. These and other nations will soon eclipse the United States, signaling a fundamental transformation of the global scene. This transition will require huge adjustments for American citizens and political leaders alike. But in the end, Americans--and the world--will be better off with a less profligate, more interdependent United States. More information is available on the author's website.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.07.2020
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