Computer Assisted Intervention

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The MUSiiC Toolkit: Modular Real-Time Toolkit for Advanced Ultrasound Research
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Stolka P., Kang H., Boctor E.
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A modular architecture for biomanipulation
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Gao Y., Taylor R., Kumar R.
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Flexible architecture and modularity requirements for image guided cardiovascular surgeries
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Moore J., Linte C., Wedlake C., Chen E., Peters T.
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The Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) in Minimally-Invasive Surgery and Microsurgery
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Kazanzides P., DiMaio S., Deguet A., Vagvolgyi B., Balicki M., Schneider C., Kumar R., Jog A., Itkowitz B., Hasser C., Taylor R.
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User Interface Integration and Remote Control for Modular Surgical Assist Systems
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Bohn S., Hilbert T., Burgert O.
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Extending MITK by a real-time online video overlay navigation system for minimally invasive surgery
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Keil M., Noll M.
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IHE in Surgery - Proposal for a new IHE domain
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Burgert O., Treichel T., Bohn S.
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Framework of US-guided therapeutic HIFU system for renal diseases
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Seo J., Koizumi N., Lee D., Sugita N., Yoshinaka K., Nomiya A., Yoichiro M., Mamoru M.
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ReachIN: A Modular Vision Based Interface for Teleoperation
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Guerin K., Vagvolgyi B., Deguet A., Chen C.C.G., Yuh D., Kumar R.
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* This issue doesn't make papers available without approval by the editor. Some papers might not be approved yet.


International Workshop on Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions 2010
The goal of this workshop is to establish a forum for discussing open interfaces, interoperability, and standards for the development of computer assisted intervention systems.
Modularization of surgical assist systems is of growing importance due to the increasing complexity of the components such a system consists of. Forthcoming systems will have to depend on reliable components and frameworks, which are used as building blocks to realize the desired functionality. Standards are the key to modularization since they allow for cross-vendor interoperability of systems and modules.
This issue was created the 04-12-2010, the paperdue date is 08-15-2010, the decision date is 08-15-2010, the publication date is 08-15-2010


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