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Physically based hybrid approach in real time surgical simulation with force feedback

Kim, J; De, S; Srinivasan, MA; (2003) Physically based hybrid approach in real time surgical simulation with force feedback. In: Westwood, JD and Hoffman, HM and Mogel, GT and Phillips, R and Robb, RA and Stredney, D, (eds.) MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY 11. (pp. 158 - 164). I O S PRESS

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Abstract

This paper describes a novel hybrid-modeling paradigm for the Simulation of surgical tool-soft tissue interactions in real time medical simulations using force feedback. A local point collocation-based method of finite spheres is coupled with a global boundary clement technique to capture local features of the interaction (e.g., nonlinearities of the soft tissue) without sacrificing global accuracy. The technique is demonstrated using realistic examples.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Physically based hybrid approach in real time surgical simulation with force feedback
Event:11th Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference
Location:Newport Beach, CA
Dates:2003-01-22 - 2003-01-25
ISBN:1-58603-320-4
Keywords:SURGERY SIMULATION
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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