Gene Selkov

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The e-Pelvis is an inanimate simulator for clinical uterine examination. Data from the e-Pelvis has been studied extensively yet the clinical characteristics of palpation remain elusive. We describe our use of visual representation of the data that enabled expert physician/investigators to discover patterns of palpation.
BACKGROUND We developed a convenient mechanism, Surgical Training and Assessment Tool (STAT), to accomplish detailed, continuous analysis of surgical trainees' operative abilities, and a simple method, Quality Based Surgical Training (QBST) for implementing it. METHODS Using a web-accessed computer program, attending physicians and trainees independently(More)
The volume of the experimentally measured time series data is rapidly growing, while storage solutions offering better data types than simple arrays of numbers or opaque blobs for keeping series data are sorely lacking. A number of indexing methods have been proposed to provide efficient access to time series data, but none has so far been integrated into a(More)
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