By Terry M. Peters, Cristian A. Linte, John Moore, Daniel Bainbridge, Douglas L. Jones (auth.), Takeyoshi Dohi, Ichiro Sakuma, Hongen Liao (eds.)
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References 1. : Simulation and Prediction of Orthognathic Surgery on Skeletal Class III Deformation. In: 3rd Chinese International Congress on Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, in conjunction with 6th National Congress on Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Kunming, Yunan, PRC, p. 338 (2002) 2. : Deformable Modeling of Facial Tissue for Craniofacial Surgery Simulation. Computer Aided Surgery 3, 228–238 (1998) 3. : Finite Element Modeling in Surgery Simulation. Proceedings of the IEEE 86(33), 490–503 (1998) 4.
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Quantitative validation results show that MTM can achieve the same accuracy as FEM, while nearly half the computation time . Unfortunately, this comes at the expense of intensive pre-computation. In order to learn the prior knowledge of tissue deformation from the training samples, Meller, in 2005, has applied Statistical Deformable Model (SDM) for maxillofacial prediction . To capture the basic shape and the major variations of a certain class, point distribution model has been established from the pre- and post- operative facial skins.
Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality: 4th International Workshop Tokyo, Japan, August 1-2, 2008 Proceedings by Terry M. Peters, Cristian A. Linte, John Moore, Daniel Bainbridge, Douglas L. Jones (auth.), Takeyoshi Dohi, Ichiro Sakuma, Hongen Liao (eds.)