Simon Bouvel

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Localizing a bone hidden behind soft tissue is crucial in biomechanics. A typical approach consists in placing markers on the skin, measuring their position/orientation, and from these measurements, estimating the position and orientation of the bone hidden behind the skin while compensating of soft tissue deformations. In this paper, we present a new(More)
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