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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 [...]

OpenTissue - An Open Source Toolkit for Physics-Based Animation
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OpenTissue is a multidisciplinary, open source programming toolkit for physics-based simulation, collision detection, scientific visualization, and medical imaging. The toolkit was initiated in 2001, is driven by academia, and is used by several [...]

MICCAI 2005 Open-Source Workshop Announcement
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The Insight Software Consortium (ISC) and The National Aliance for Medical Image Computing (NA-MIC) are hosting a one-day MICCAI workshop with peer-reviewed papers that will feature oral and poster presentations on open-source toolkits and applications [...]

An Open-Source Hardware and Software Platform for Telesurgical Robotics Research
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We present our work to develop a telerobotics research platform that provides complete access to all levels of control via open-source custom electronics and software. The electronics employs an FPGA to enable a centralized computation and distributed I/O [...]

IGSTK: A State Machine Architecture for an Open Source Software Toolkit for Image-Guided Surgery Applications
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The Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit (IGSTK) is an Open Source software project being developed under NIH/NIBIB funding. The toolkit will provide a common platform for implementing image-guided surgery applications and for fostering research in the field. The [...]

Open Source Software in the Development and Testing of an Image-Guided Robot System
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This paper describes the use of open source software in the development and testing of an image-guided robot system for small animal research, presented at MICCAI 2006. This system relied on a significant amount of open source software, including 3D [...]

Systems and Architectures for Computer-Assisted Interventions
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The goal of this workshop is to establish a forum for discussing open source toolkits and open interfaces and how they have been applied in the development of computer assisted intervention systems. The intent is to establish a dialogue between the open [...]

IGSTK: Building High Quality Roads with Open Source Software
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This paper is a position statement on the benefits that an Open Source toolkit can bring to the field of image guided surgery. The particular example discussed here is the IGSTK toolkit. IGSTK is an open source software project designed for supporting the [...]

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 [...]

Collaborative Development of an open framework for medical simulation
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This paper investigates an Open Framework for Medical Simulation (named SOFA for Simulation Open Framework Architecture), and proposes ideas for structuring and supporting its expansion. Lately, through a joint effort between the Sim Group at CIMIT and the [...]

FusionViewer: An Open Source Toolkit for Viewing Multimodality Images
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FusionViewer is an open source and platform independent viewer that has been specifically designed for PET/CT image display. The combination of PET and CT images offers complementary functional and anatomical information. The application (FusionViewer) [...]

The MUSiiC Toolkit: Modular Real-Time Toolkit for Advanced Ultrasound Research
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Ultrasound is a very useful and convenient modality in medical imaging, due to its relatively small footprint, high resolution, negligible adverse effects, and real-time imaging capability -- in spite of its well-known artifacts. However, it is fairly [...]

Open Source and Open Data for MICCAI - Announcement and Program
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This workshop features peer-reviewed submissions that describe the available data and software of MICCAI.

The NLM-Mayo Image Collection: Common Access to Uncommon Data
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For over two decades, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) has provided support for the collection of biomedical image data for use throughout the biomedical image, visualization and analysis community. Data collected during the Visible Human Project has [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The cisst libraries for computer assisted intervention systems
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Computer assisted intervention (CAI) systems require the integration of an increasing number of devices, including medical monitors, sensors, tracking devices and robots. This complexity makes applications harder to develop, more difficult to debug and the [...]

The Lung Tissue Research Consortium:  An extensive open database containing histological, clinical, and radiological data to study chronic lung disease
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The Lung Tissue Research Consortium (LTRC) is an NHLBI sponsored project which is studying histological, radiological, and clinical data on patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). At completion, [...]

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. [...]


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