Leveraging Open Source for Geographically Dispersed Workflows
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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10380/3456
Published in The MIDAS Journal - OSVIS 2014.
Personalized simulations can help assess and predict the clinical status of patients and are a key tenet of the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) framework. This paper shows how the turnkey access of GIMIAS, an open source software platform built on open source toolkits (VTK, MITK,ITK), thanks to his inclusion in VPH-Share, an infrastructure European project with open-source components, was key to progressing the deployment effectiveness for MySpine, a VPH European project, among his geographically dispersed community
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Categories: Deformable registration, Distributed computation
Keywords: Virtual Physiology, Workflow
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