Automatically Generated, Anatomically Accurate Meshes for Cardiac Electrophysiology Problems

@article{Prassl2009AutomaticallyGA,
  title={Automatically Generated, Anatomically Accurate Meshes for Cardiac Electrophysiology Problems},
  author={Anton J. Prassl and Ferdinand Kickinger and Helmut Ahammer and Vicente Grau and J{\"u}rgen E. Schneider and Ernst Hofer and Edward J. Vigmond and Natalia A. Trayanova and Gernot Plank},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2009},
  volume={56},
  pages={1318-1330}
}
Significant advancements in imaging technology and the dramatic increase in computer power over the last few years broke the ground for the construction of anatomically realistic models of the heart at an unprecedented level of detail. To effectively make use of high-resolution imaging datasets for modeling purposes, the imaged objects have to be discretized. This procedure is trivial for structured grids. However, to develop generally applicable heart models, unstructured grids are much… CONTINUE READING

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