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A Lightweight and Portable Communication Framework for Multimodal Image-Guided Therapy
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In today’s medicine a lot of research revolves around the combination of different imaging and tracking modalities to form a new system for Image-Guided Therapy. Such systems can help to overcome shortcomings of the individual techniques or create new kinds [...]

MUSiiC ToolKit 2.0: Bidirectional Real-time Software Framework for Advanced Interventional Ultrasound Research
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Ultrasound (US) imaging is a popular and convenient medical imaging modality thanks to its mobility, non-ionizing radiation, ease-of-use, and real-time acquisition. Conventional US imaging is frequently integrated with tracking systems and robotic systems in [...]

A Distributed Software Framework for Robotic Surgery
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The ARAMIS research platform is a telesurgical robotic system for minimally invasive surgery with focus on autonomous functionality. The original software architecture was a hierarchical one, based on the model-view-controller paradigm. To handle the growing [...]

Unified framework for development, deployment and testing of image analysis algorithms
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Developing both graphical and command-line user interfaces for image analysis algorithms requires considerable effort. Generally developers provide limited to very rudimentary user interface controls to their users. These image analysis algorithms can only [...]

The SIGN: A dynamic and extensible software framework for Image-Guided Therapy
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The software requirements for computer-aided navigation tools in image-guided therapy are becoming increasingly complex as a result of new possibilities in imaging and tracking hardware, novel application areas and regulatory restrictions. A new software [...]

Component-based software for dynamic configuration and control of computer assisted intervention systems
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This paper presents the rationale for the use of a component-based architecture for computer-assisted intervention (CAI) systems, including the ability to reuse components and to easily develop distributed systems. We introduce three additional capabilities, [...]

The Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) in Minimally-Invasive Surgery and Microsurgery
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The Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) provides a modular, open-source software framework to support rapid prototyping of computer-assisted surgery systems, especially those that benefit from enhanced 3D visualization and user interaction. The framework [...]

MITK and 3DMed : An Integrated Platform Applicable for the Development of Computer Assisted Intervention Systems
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This paper introduces an integrated 3D medical image processing and analyzing software platform which is open interface and freely available. The platform consists of the Medical Imaging Toolkit (MITK) and the 3-Dimensional Medical Image Processing [...]

Integration of a Robotic Endoscope Holder with the Surgical Assistant Workstation Software Framework
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We have integrated the Philips Research robot arm with the Johns Hopkins cisst library, an open-source platform for computer assisted surgical intervention, for assistance during minimally invasive cardiac surgery using image-based steering of an endoscope. [...]

Development of open source software for computer-assisted intervention systems
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We are developing open source software for computer assisted intervention systems. Our primary experience has been with medical robots, but the concepts (and software) apply to many physical devices that interact with the real world. The real-time [...]

An Architecture Validation Toolset for Ensuring Patient Safety in an Open Source Software Toolkit for Image-Guided Surgery Applications
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As open source software projects gain acceptance in mission critical domains of a technology-enabled society, they must adapt their lightweight processes and tools to address the quality needs of these domains. One such domain is technology-supported [...]

Kinematics Based Safety Operation Mechanism for Robotic Surgery extending the JHU SAW Framework
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As robotic surgery gains popularity [1, 2, 3], methods for improving situational awareness during tele- operation have become an active area of research. Literature has attempted to incorporate haptic feedback displays to enhance and improve user performance. [...]

The Surgical Assistant Workstation
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The Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) is a software development framework that can be used to develop new applications in robot-assisted surgery with augmented visualization. Robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery and micro-surgery as presented by the da [...]

BioImage Suite: An integrated medical image analysis suite: An update
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BioImage Suite is an NIH-supported medical image analysis software suite developed at Yale. It leverages both the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) and the Insight Toolkit (ITK) and it includes many additional algorithms for image analysis especially in the areas [...]


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