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Fast Finite Element Modeling for Surgical Simulation's Papers

Lindblad, A.J., Turkiyyah, G.M., Sankanaranayanan, G., Weghorst, S.J. and Berg, D. (2004). Two-handed next generation suturing simulator. In J.D. Westwood et al. Proceedings of MMVR 2004, pp. 215-220.

Berkley J., Turkiyyah, G., Berg D., Ganter M. and Weghorst S. (2004). Real-Time Finite Element Modeling for Surgery Simulation: An Application to Virtual Suturing. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 10(3), 1-12. [Available online under other terms]

Berkley, J. (2002). Haptic Rendering of Deformable Bodies using Real-Time Finite Element Analysis: An Application to Suturing Simulation. Doctoral Thesis, University of Washington.

Berg, D., Berkley, J., Weghorst, S., Raugi, G., Turkiyyah, G., Ganter. M., Quintanilla, F. and Oppenheimer, P. (2001). Issues in Validation of a Dermatologic Surgery Simulator. In Proceedings of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 2001, pp. 60-65.

Berkley, J. (2000). Virtual Reality for Dermatological Surgery in the 21st century: Virtually a Reality. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 42, 106-112.

Berkley, J., Ganter, M., Weghorst, S., Gladstone, H., Raugi, G. and Berg, D. (1999). Real-Time Finite Element Modeling with Haptic Support. In Proceedings of ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference, pp. ?.

Berkley, J., Weghorst, S., Gladstone, H., Raugi, G., Berg, D. and Ganter, M. (1999). Banded Matrix Approach to Finite Element Modeling for Soft Tissue Simulation. Virtual Reality: Research, Development,and Application, 4, 203-212.