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Integration of Geometrical Boundary Conditions on Soft Tissue Characterization under large deformation
Soft tissue characterization with finite element (FE) modeling is important to develop a realistic model for medical simulation, since it is possible to display complex tool-tissue interactions during medical interventions. However, it is difficult to [...]

A Mix-resolution Bone-related Statistical Deformable Model (mBr-SDM) for Soft Tissue Prediction in Orthognathic Surgery Planning
In this paper, we propose a Mix-resolution Bone-related Statistical Deformable Model (mBr-SDM) to improve the predicting accuracy of orthognathic surgery, particularly for the main deformation region. Mix-resolution Br-SDM consists of two separate Br-SDM of [...]

Inverse Nonlinear Finite Element Methods for Surgery Simulation and Image Guidance
Nonlinear finite element methods are described in which cyclic organ motion is implied from 4D scan data. The equations of motion corresponding to an explicit integration of the total Lagrangian formulation are reversed, such that the sequence of node forces [...]

Systems and Architectures for Computer-Assisted Interventions
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The goal of this workshop is to establish a forum for discussing open source toolkits and open interfaces and how they have been applied in the development of computer assisted intervention systems. The intent is to establish a dialogue between the open [...]

Computational Biomechanics for Medicine III: a MICCAI 2008 satellite
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Mathematical modeling and computer simulation have proved tremendously successful in engineering. One of the greatest challenges for mechanists is to extend the success of computational mechanics to fields outside traditional engineering, in particular to [...]

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