SurgeonAssist-Net: Towards Context-Aware Head-Mounted Display-Based Augmented Reality for Surgical Guidance

@inproceedings{Doughty2021SurgeonAssistNetTC,
  title={SurgeonAssist-Net: Towards Context-Aware Head-Mounted Display-Based Augmented Reality for Surgical Guidance},
  author={Michael J. Doughty and Karan Singh and Nilesh R. Ghugre},
  booktitle={MICCAI},
  year={2021}
}
We present SurgeonAssist-Net: a lightweight framework making action-and-workflow-driven virtual assistance, for a set of predefined surgical tasks, accessible to commercially available optical seethrough head-mounted displays (OST-HMDs). On a widely used benchmark dataset for laparoscopic surgical workflow, our implementation competes with state-of-the-art approaches in prediction accuracy for automated task recognition, and yet requires 7.4× fewer parameters, 10.2× fewer floating point… Expand

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