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iMedSim| Publications

PATENTS | BOOKS | JOURNAL ARTICLES | CONFERENCE ARTICLES

 

Patents

A Virtual Basic Laparoscopic Trainer, provisional patent application # 60982520

Dynamic Point: An Efficient Collision Detection Algorithm for Lines with Rigid and Deformable Objects in Interactive Virtual Environments, provisional patent application # 60982520

Books

De S, Lim YJ. Interactive surgical simulation using a meshfree computational method, Chapter in Computational Methods in Biomechanics, De S, Mofrad MRK, Guilak F. ed., Springer, In preparation.

Journal articles

Maciel A, Sankaranarayanan G, Halic T, De S. Towards a General Software Framwork for Multimodal Virtual Environments based on the Model-View-Control Pattern, In preparation.

Sankaranarayanan G, Deo D, De S. Interactive Multi-user Scalable Surgical Environment using Hybrid Network Architecture, In preparation.

Sankaranarayanan G, Sreekanth S, Lin H, Mulcare M, Zhang L, Derevianko A, Lim R. Preliminary face and construct validation study of a virtual basic laparoscopic skill trainer, JLAST; Submitted

Deo D, De S. PhyNeSS: A Physics-driven neural networks-based surgery simulation system with force feedback, Presence; Submitted

Banihani S, De S. A comparison of some model order reduction methods for fast simulation of soft tissue response using the point collocation-based method of finite spheres, Engineering with Computers 2009; 25: 37-47.

De S, Johnson C. Special issue Preface: Computational Bioengineering, Engineering with Computers 2009; 25: 1-2.

Lim YJ, Deo D, Singh TP, Jones DB, De S. In situ measurement and modeling of biomechanical response of human cadaveric soft tissues for use in physics-based laparoscopic surgical simulation, Surgical Endoscopy 2009; 23: 1298-1307.

Maciel A, Halic T, Nedel NP, De S. Using PhysX for virtual surgery with force feedback, International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery 2009; DOI: 10.1002/rcs.266.

Kim J, Ahn B, De S, Srinivasan MA. An efficient soft tissue characterization algorithm from in vivo indentation experiments for medical simulations, International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery 2008; 4: 277-285.

Maciel A, De S. An efficient dynamic point TM algorithm for line-based collision detection in real time virtual environments involving haptics, Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds Accepted.

Maciel A, Liu Y, Ahn W, Singh TP, Dunnican W, De S. Development of the VBLaSTTM: A Virtual Basic Laparoscopic Skill Trainer, International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery 2008; 4: 131-138.

Kim J, Choi C, De S, Srinivasan MA. Virtual surgery simulation for medical training using multi-resolution organ models International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery 2007; 3: 149-158.

Refereed conference articles

Deo D, De S. PhyNeSS: A Physics-driven Neural Networks-based Surgery Simulation system with force feedback, EuroHaptics conference, 2009 and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems. World Haptics 2009. Third Joint 2009;30-34, 18-20.

BaniHani S, Dutkin M, Ali S, Sreekanth AV, Sankaranarayanan G, De S. Plug-and-play tool handles for laparoscopic surgery simulators, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142:289-91.

Sankaranarayanan G, Arikatla S, De S, Dunnican W, Singh TP, Jones D. Face and construct validation of the virtual basic laparoscopic skill trainer (VBLaSTTM), Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142:286-288.

Sankaranarayanan G, De S. A real-time knot-detection algorithm for suturing simulation, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142: 289-91.

Sankaranarayanan G, Deo D, De S. Hybrid network architecture for interactive multi-user surgical simulator with scalable deformable models, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142:292-294.

Deo D, De S. A machine learning-based scalable approach for real-time surgery simulation, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142:71-76.

Deo D, De S, Singh TP, Dunnican W, Development of a glove-based wearable system for objective assessment oflaparoscopic skills and some observations for a peg transfer task, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; (not published in the proceedings).

Deo D, Singh TP, Dunnican W, De S. Characterization of anisotropy in viscoelastic properties of intra-abdominal soft tissues, Stud Health Tchnol Inform 2009; 142:77-81.

Liu Y, Jiao S, Wu W, De S. GPU accelerated fast FEM deformation simulation, Proceedings of the IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems 2008.

Ahn W, Jones DB, Lee DY, De S. Modeling of the lap-band® for laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding operation, Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on 2008; 421-428.

Liu Y, De S. CUDA-based real time surgery simulation, Studies in health technology and informatics 2008; 132:260-262.

De S, BaniHani S. Reduced order modeling using the point collocation-based method of finite spheres 3rd Asia-Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics 2007; Kyoto, Japan.

Maciel A, De S. An efficient dynamic point algorithm for line-based collision detection in real time virtual environments involving haptics, Studies in health technology and informatics 2008; 132: 266-71.

De S, Ahn W, Lee DW, Jones DB. Novel virtual lap-band® could promote patient safety, Studies in health technology and informatics 2008;132: 98-100.

Maciel A, De S. Physics-based real time laparoscopic electrosurgery simulation, Studies in health technology and informatics 2008;132: 272-274.

Maciel A, De S. A new line-based algorithm for real time haptic interactions with virtual environments, Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, International Symposium on 2008; 217-223.

De S, Ahn W, Liu Y, Deo D, Singh T, Dunnican W. Towards a virtual basic laparoscopic skill trainer (VBLaST), Studies in health technology and informatics 2008; 132: 275-80.

Banihani S, De S. Comparison of some MOR Methods for surgical simulation using PCMFS, 9th Proceedings of the US National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM 9) 2007; San Francisco, LA.