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2008 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging conference (2008 NSS/MIC)

Author(s): G. Batignani ; S. Bettarini ; G. Calderini ; R. Cenci ; A. Cervelli ; F. Crescioli ; M. Dell'Orso ; F. Forti ; P. Giannetti ; M. A. Giorgi ; A. Lusiani ; S. Gregucci ; G. Marchiori ; F. Morsani ; N. Neri ; E. Paoloni ; M. Piendibene ; G. Rizzo ; L. Sartori ; J. Walsh ; E. Yurstev ; C. Andreoli ; L. Gaioni ; E. Pozzati ; L. Ratti ; V. Speziali ; M. Manghisoni ; V. Re ; G. Traversi ; M. Bomben ; L. Bosisio ; G. Giacomini ; L. Lanceri ; I. Rachevskaia ; L. Vitale ; D. Gamba ; M. Bruschi ; R. Di Sipio ; B. Giacobbe ; A. Gabrielli ; F. Giorgi ; G. Pellegrini ; C. Sbarra ; N. Semprini ; R. Spighi ; S. Valentinetti ; M. Villa ; A. Zoccoli
Publisher: IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Publication Date: 1 October 2008
Conference Location: Dresden, Germany, Germany
Conference Date: 19 October 2008
Page(s): 2,765 - 2,769
ISBN (CD): 978-1-4244-2715-4
ISBN (Paper): 978-1-4244-2714-7
ISSN (Paper): 1095-7863
DOI: 10.1109/NSSMIC.2008.4774945
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