HCI: The Next Step Towards Organization of Computer Assisted Surgical Planning, Intervention and Training (CASPIT)

HCI: The Next Step Towards Organization of Computer Assisted Surgical Planning, Intervention and Training (CASPIT)

Rudy J. Lapeer (Tokushima University, Japan), Polydoros Chios (Tokushima University, Japan) and Alf D. Linney (INES Corporation, Japan)
Copyright: © 2001 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-878289-91-9.ch014
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Abstract

The introduction of computerized systems in medicine started more than a decade ago. The first applications were mainly focused on archiving and the general database management of patient records with the aim of building fully- integrated Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and fast transfer of data and images (e.g. PACS - Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) between HIS. In parallel with this more general development, specialized computer systems were built to process and enhance image data from such systems as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computed Tomography (CT) scanners. The use of enhanced CT and MRI images led to the birth of Image Guided Surgery (IGS). Other terminology for similar concepts has since been used, e.g. Computer- Assisted Surgery (CAS), Computer Integrated Surgery and Therapy (CIST) (Lavallée et al, 1997) and Computer-Assisted Medical Interventions (CAMI). In this chapter, we shall look mainly at Computer-Assisted Surgery (CAS) systems and related systems which are aimed at the training of surgeons and the simulation and planning of surgical interventions. The emphasis will be on the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) aspect rather than the technological issues of such systems. The latter will be briefly discussed in the next section, to make the reader familiar with the terminology, the history and the current state of the art in CASPIT.

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Preface
Qiyang Chen
Chapter 1
Antonio Drommi
This chapter will address the issues of interface design and incorporation of human behavior factors into the design process. The traditional... Sample PDF
Interface Design: An Embedded Process for Human Computer Interactivity
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Jonas Lowgren
The importance of the field we know as human-computer interaction grows as information technology increasingly becomes a pervasive part of everyday... Sample PDF
From HCI to Interaction Design
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Gerardo Ayala
The chapter focuses on the modeling of software agents that present the performance and functionality needed for supporting collaborative learning... Sample PDF
Intelligent Agents Supporting the Social Construction of Knowledge in a Learning Environment
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Sooyang Park, Vijayan Sugumaran
The unprecedented growth of the internet and web-based applications has necessitated the deployment of intelligent agents to facilitate some of the... Sample PDF
A Modeling Methodology for Intelligent Agents: An Electronic Commerce Application
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Paul Darbyshire, Glenn Lowry
This chapter explores the potential for the application of agent technology to evolve an information system. In particular, the use of agents to... Sample PDF
Courseware and its Possible Evolution through the Use of Agent Technology
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Mahesh S. Raisinghani, Christopher Klassen, Lawrence L. Schkade
Although there is no firm consensus on what constitutes an intelligent agent (or software agent), an intelligent agent, when a new task is delegated... Sample PDF
Intelligent Software Agents in Electronic Commerce: A Socio-Technical Perspective
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Qiyang Chen, A. F. Norcio
This chapter presents the issues of user modeling and its role in adaptive human-computer interface (HCI). Particularly, it focuses on knowledge... Sample PDF
Knowledge Engineering in Adaptive Interface and User Modeling
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John Sillince, Duska Rosenberg
The problem considered in this chapter is how does an individual keep in touch with what everybody else is doing, in order to proactively... Sample PDF
Application of a Cognitive Model of Collaboration to a User Interface
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Jae Woo Chang, Du-Seok Jin
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Structure- and Content-Based Retrieval for XML Documents
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Wilfried Lemahieu
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MESH: A Model-Based Approach to Hypermedia Design
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Jonathan Lazar, A. F. Norcio
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User Considerations in Electronic Commerce Transactions
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H. Ogata, Y. Yano, N. Furugori
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Computer Supported Social Networking Based on Email Exchange
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Ron Purser
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The Cultural Aesthetic of Virtual Reality: Simulation or Transparency
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Chapter 15
Rudy J. Lapeer, Polydoros Chios, Alf D. Linney
The introduction of computerized systems in medicine started more than a decade ago. The first applications were mainly focused on archiving and the... Sample PDF
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