Truth cube: Establishing physical standards for soft tissue simulation

@article{Kerdok2003TruthCE,
  title={Truth cube: Establishing physical standards for soft tissue simulation},
  author={Amy E. Kerdok and Stephane Cotin and Mark P. Ottensmeyer and Anna M. Galea and Robert D. Howe and Steven Dawson},
  journal={Medical image analysis},
  year={2003},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={283-91}
}
Accurate real-time models of soft tissue behavior are key elements in medical simulation systems. The need for fast computation in these simulations, however, often requires simplifications that limit deformation accuracy. Validation of these simplified models remains a challenge. Currently, real-time modeling is at best validated against finite element models that have their own intrinsic limitations. This study develops a physical standard to validate real-time soft tissue deformation models… CONTINUE READING
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