Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions 2012

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A Treatment Planning System for the Small Animal Radiation Research Platform (SARRP) based on 3D Slicer
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Cho N., Kazanzides P.
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On the Generation of Ground Truth Data for Depth Reconstruction
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Staub C., Haider A., Grimm M., Knoll A.
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Fifth International Workshop on Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions
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Enquobahrie A.
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MUSiiC ToolKit 2.0: Bidirectional Real-time Software Framework for Advanced Interventional Ultrasound Research
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Kang H., Cheng A., Boctor E.
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Robot assisted prostate surgery using augmented reality with deformable models
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Enquobahrie A., Kelly M., Deguet A., Shivaprabhu V., Boctor E., Stringham J., Lee D., Kazanzides P.
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Implementation of the PLUS open-source toolkit for translational research of ultrasound-guided intervention systems
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Lasso A., Heffter T., Pinter C., Ungi T., Fichtinger G.
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Cardiac Interventional Guidance using Multimodal Data Processing and Visualisation: medInria as an Interoperability Platform
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Vichot F., Cochet H., Bleuzé B., Toussaint N., Jaïs P., Sermesant M.
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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.
Open interfaces/frameworks increase the pace of research and discovery by promoting collaborations within and between clinicians, biomedical engineers, and software developers. These systems usually modular architectures to model the complexity involved in surgical assistance systems. Hence, standards are critical to allow for cross-framework interoperability of systems, and modules.
This issue was created the 04-03-2012, the paperdue date is 07-07-2012, the decision date is 07-13-2012, the publication date is 10-05-2012
https://visr.lcsr.jhu.edu/wiki/index.php/Sacai2012


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