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Eidolon is written in Objective C, a very elegant language which is implemented on NeXTStep OS. However, using it on other systems is not easy.
The GNUstep project attempts to adapt the NeXT environment for gnu-linux and unix systems.
The GNUstep project is still ... a project with all problems it implies. However it is already possible to do programming and implementations with the GNUstep API : have a look at WindowMaker.
Eidolon was written by Dr Habib Zaidi in collaboration with Alix Hermann Scheurer (first release).
It was revised in 2001 by Frédéric Schoenahl with the grateful help of Karoly Makony (University of Budapest, Hungary) and Claude Comtat (SHFJ, France) for some compatibility and data format problems.
H. Zaidi, AK. Hermann Scheurer, and C. Morel
H Zaidi, AK Hermann Scheurer, and C Morel
H Zaidi, C. Labbe, and C. Morel
1 M. S. Rosenthal, J. Cullom, W. Hawkins, S. C. Moore, B. M. Tsui, M. Yester, "Quantitative SPECT imaging: a review and recommendations by the Focus Committee of the Society of Nuclear Medicine Computer and Instrumentation Council," J. Nucl. Med. 36, 1489-1513 (1995).
2 H. Zaidi, "Quantitative SPECT: Recent developments in detector response, attenuation and scatter correction techniques," Physica Medica 12, 101-117 (1996).