Min Yang Jung

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While a robot control framework generally focuses on real-time performance and efficient data exchange between cooperating tasks or processes, an application such as robot-assisted surgery often demands information from, and integration with, a number of other devices. Thus, the software framework for the integrated system may have different requirements(More)
A variety of medical and surgical robot systems have been developed in academia and industry and commercial products are actively used in modern operating rooms. However, there is no safety standard that specifically governs the design of medical robot systems. Despite the availability of several safety design guidelines, the absence of a basis or(More)
The Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) modular software framework provides integrated support for robotic devices, imaging sensors, and a visualization pipeline for rapid prototyping of telesurgical research systems. Subsystems of a telesurgical system, such as the master and slave robots and the visualization engine, form a distributed environment that(More)
In the software engineering domain, much work has been done for fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) and many methods and technologies have been developed, especially for safety-critical systems. In the meantime, component-based software engineering has emerged and been widely adopted as an effective way to deal with various issues of modern systems such as(More)
This paper presents the design of a tele-robotic microsurgical platform designed for development of cooperative and tele-operative control schemes, sensor based smart instruments, user interfaces and new surgical techniques with eye surgery as the driving application. The system is built using the distributed component-based cisst libraries and the Surgical(More)
Medical and surgical robot systems are examples of safety-critical systems due to the potential hazards that can lead to severe injury or the loss of human life. Furthermore, robot safety is becoming increasingly important in other domains as robots begin to share their workspace with humans. At the same time, the complexity of robot hardware and software(More)
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, however, that we believe are especially important for research and development of CAI systems. The(More)
Many frameworks and packages exist for the development of robotic surgical systems. An important aspect of such packages involves the communication interfaces between various robotic devices. This paper discusses one such framework, the Surgical Assistant Workstation (SAW) developed at the Johns Hopkins University. SAW is a component-based framework,(More)
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