Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions 2011

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Towards an open-source pipeline for patient-specific neurosurgery simulation
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Enquobahrie A., Audette M., Lee H.
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A framework for data and context integration in the modular digital OR
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Bohn S., Lindner D., Petzold C., Burgert O.
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A Distributed Software Framework for Robotic Surgery
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Staub C., Ning Y., Can S., Knoll A.
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TiCoLi - An Open Software Library for Device Integration in the Digital OR based on Open Software and Open Standards
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Burgert O.
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Prototyping a Hybrid Cooperative and Tele-robotic Surgical System for Retinal Microsurgery
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Balicki M., Xia T., Jung M.Y., Anton Deguet A., Vagvolgyi B., Kazanzides P., Taylor R.
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Extending the tracking device support in the Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit (IGSTK): CamBar B2, EasyTrack 500, and Active Polaris
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Güler O., Bardosi Z., Ertugrul M., DiFranco M.D., Freysinger W.
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CustusX: A Research Application for Image-Guided Therapy
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Askeland C., Lindseth F., Lervik Bakeng J.B., Solberg O.V., Tangen G.A.
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An Integrated Computer-Aided Robotic System for Dental Implantation
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Sun X., Yoon Y., Li J., McKenzie F.D.
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OpenITGLinkMUSiiC: A Standard Communications Protocol for Advanced Ultrasound Research
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Kang H., Stolka P.J., Boctor E.
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Integration of a Robotic Endoscope Holder with the Surgical Assistant Workstation Software Framework
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Young J., Elhawary H., Popovic A.
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Component-based software for dynamic configuration and control of computer assisted intervention systems
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Kazanzides P., Jung M.Y., Deguet A., Vagvolgyi B., Balicki M., Taylor R.
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A software architecture for cell manipulation
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Azizian M., Patel R., Gavrilovici C., Poulter M.
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Kinematics Based Safety Operation Mechanism for Robotic Surgery extending the JHU SAW Framework
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Malpani A., Vagvolgyi B., Kumar R.
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OpenIGTLink Protocol Version 2
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Tokuda J., Hata N.
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* This issue doesn't make papers available without approval by the editor. Some papers might not be approved yet.


The goal of this workshop is to establish a forum for discussing systems and architectures for computer assisted intervention (CAI) applications. Continuing the success of the last three years, the workshop will focus on open interfaces, interoperability, and standards. In addition, this year, we will discuss practical issues, clinical applications and future directions of CAI systems and frameworks. As in the previous years, this workshop will include strong participation from industry and academia.
Having an open interface/framework increases the pace of research and discovery by promoting collaborations within and between clinicians, biomedical engineers, and software developers. Often times, these systems follow a modular architecture to model the complexity involved in surgical assistance systems. Hence, standards are critical to allow for cross-framework interoperability of systems and modules. The workshop presentations will inform participants about appropriate architectural designs, formal standardization efforts, such as DICOM WG24 and IHE, academic efforts at interoperability, such as OpenIGTLink and SAW, as well as open interfaces to commercial products. Several examples will be presented to illustrate success stories and areas for improvements. Topics for panel discussions and presentations will include: • Future of open interfaces and frameworks in CAI • Commercial product development using open source software and systems • Opportunities for further integration and interoperability • Challenges in the standardization process
This issue was created the 03-11-2011, the paperdue date is 09-01-2011, the decision date is 09-30-2011, the publication date is 10-01-2011


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