VirtualPhotonics.Vts 2.4.0

The VTS (Virtual Tissue Simulator) is an open source library for .NET that was designed as a modular and scalable platform to provide an integrated suite of computational tools to define, solve, visualize, and analyze relevant forward and inverse radiative transport problems in Biomedical Optics.

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Install-Package VirtualPhotonics.Vts -Version 2.4.0
dotnet add package VirtualPhotonics.Vts --version 2.4.0
<PackageReference Include="VirtualPhotonics.Vts" Version="2.4.0" />
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paket add VirtualPhotonics.Vts --version 2.4.0
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Release Notes

Added detector for transmittance as a function of spatial frequency TOfFx.
In DirectionalCircularSource corrected definition of thetaConvOrDiv. A negative value of thetaConvOrDiv defines a converging beam and a positive value defines a diverging beam.
Added a sample infile that specifies an embedded, directional, circular source.
Corrected the source type in IsotropicVolumetricCuboidalSource and LambertianSurfaceEmittingCylindricalFiberSource.
Monte Carlo Post Processor (MCPP) update: modified code to write infile to MCPP output folder because this did not work in linux.
In FileIO, fixed the ClearDirectory method to not append the folder name and added a DeleteDirectory method.
Updated the versions of several of the nuget packages.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.8.0 63 9/16/2019
4.7.0 156 4/3/2019
4.6.0 172 11/23/2018
4.5.0 174 10/10/2018
4.4.0 178 8/31/2018
4.3.0 259 7/13/2018
4.2.0 246 7/6/2018
4.1.0-alpha 211 5/17/2018
4.0.0 227 5/17/2018
3.2.0-alpha 322 5/4/2018
3.1.0-alpha 208 4/27/2018
3.0.0 205 4/27/2018
2.5.0 307 1/19/2018
2.4.1 327 10/25/2017
2.4.0 293 9/1/2017
2.3.0 271 5/18/2017
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