Sebastian Vetter

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In plastic surgery, clean, elective operations such as breast reductions are anticipated to have low risk factors for infections (1.1–2.1%). To further lower or prevent surgical site infections (SSI), the efficiacy of a prophylactic administration of antimicrobacterials remains a current controversial issue in plastic surgery. We report here the findings of(More)
We propose several algorithmic extensions to inpainting that have been proposed to the spatial domain by other authors and apply them to an inpainting technique in the wavelet domain. We also introduce a new merging stage. We show how these techniques can be used to remove large objects in complex outdoor scenes automatically. We evaluate our approach(More)
The fast aging of many western and eastern societies and their increasing reliance on information technology create a compelling need to reconsider older users' interactions with computers. This paper summarizes the results of 6 years of research on the age-differentiated design of human-computer interaction. The well-known model of human information(More)
Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) differs from open surgery in two fundamental areas.The first is a reduction in the degrees of freedom available for surgical manipulation of the tissues. The second is a limitation of the sensory information that is available to the surgeon to guide the conduct of the operation. In this review we will focus on the latter.(More)
On the basis of three empirical studies Fitts' Law was refined for bivariate pointing tasks on large touch screens. In the first study different target width parameters were investigated. The second study considered the effect of the motion angle. Based on the results of the two studies a refined model for movement time in human-computer interaction was(More)
For the montage of large true to scale image plans the high quality of rectification of all single images is a major requirement. An automatic image processing with marker matching and rectification of IRT image stacks is now enabled with the help of newly developed optothermal markers. Thus the photogrammetric digital image processing of IRT investigation(More)
The complexity and variety of household chores creates conflicting demands on the technical design of domestic robots. One solution for this problem is the coordination of several specialized robots based on the master-slave principle. One robot acts as a master system, tracking and remotely controlling the slave robots. This way, only the master robot(More)