Biomedical Engineering    (BioMED 2006)

February 15 – 17, 2006
Innsbruck, Austria
Editor(s): C. Ruggiero
412 pages
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Track Molecular Bioengineering FreeSubscription
519-019 Analyzing Gene Expression Profiles with ICA
D. Lutter, K. Stadlthanner, F. Theis, E.W. Lang (Germany), A.M. Tomé (Portugal), B. Becker, and Th. Vogt (Germany)
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519-051 Application of Computerized Image Processing in Functional Genomics: Preliminary Results
N. Memarian, J. Alirezaie, and A. Golshani (Canada)
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519-075 Summarizing Gene-Expression-based Classifiers by Meta-Mining Comprehensible Relational Patterns
F. Železný, O. Štěpánková (Czech Republic), J. Tolar (USA), and N. Lavrač (Slovenia)
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519-080 Lung Detection in CT Images by using Improved Active Control Model
J.H. Lee, C.H. Won, D.H. Kim, Y.K. Moon, E.S. Jung, S.H. Woo, B.S. Song, and J.H. Cho (Korea)
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519-083 An Automated Image-Guided Robot Arm System for Small Animal Tissue Biopsy Studies
Y.H. Huang, T.H. Wu, M.H. Lin, C.C. Yang, T.C. Wang, C.L. Chen, W.Y. Guo, and J.J.S. Lee (Taiwan)
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519-101 A Preliminary Analysis of Drug Delivery using a Super Long Chopped-Pulse CO2 Laser
M.E. Khosroshahi, Z.S. Mansoori, and Ardebili A. Jafari (Iran)
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519-810 Simulation of Blood Flow through a Microvessel Branching
Arezou Jafari, S.M. Mousavi, P. Kolari (Finland), and P. Zamankhan (Finland, Iran)
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Track Health Care Technology FreeSubscription
519-003 Research of Service-Oriented and Event-Driven Teleconsultation Platform
L. Ye, Y. Li, and J. Zhao (PRC)
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519-026 Identification of Staphylococcus Aureus Infections by Volatile Chemical Headspace Analysis
J.W. Gardner, L. Beeby, M.J. Chappell, F. Udrea, J.W. Yates, and C.G. Dowson (UK)
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519-052 Spasticity Evaluation through Physiological Feedback System Model Identification
G.-M. Eom and J.H. Jun (Korea)
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519-104 Evaluation of Motor Recovery with Stroke in Chronic State Demonstrated Electromyography, fMRI, and DTI
K.S. Tae, S.J. Song, B.S. Han, S.Y. Lee, G.Y. Park, C.H. Sohn, and Y.H. Kim (Korea)
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519-112 MoteCare: An Adaptive Smart Ban Health Monitoring System
E. Lubrin, E. Lawrence, and K.F. Navarro (Australia)
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519-116 Tool-Supported Analysis of Clinical Processes
J. Chimiak-Opoka, G. Giesinger, R. Breu, S. Saboor, and E. Ammenwerth (Austria)
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519-120 Networked Intelligent Mobile Robot Assistants: Patient Monitoring and Telemedicine
K. Ganeshan (New Zealand)
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519-121 Ground Reaction Force (GRF) Measurement of Normal and Above Knee Amputee based on the Gait Speed
J.H. Jun, S.M. Kim, K.S. Shin, S.J. Kim, and S.Y. Park (Korea)
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519-804 Bi-Modal Transducer-based Wearable System for Cardiac Monitoring
A. Lanatà, E.P. Scilingo, R. Francesconi, and D. De Rossi (Italy)
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Track Biomechanics and Cardiovascular, Bone, and Muscle Systems FreeSubscription
519-004 Right Ventricular Assistance by Continuous Flow Device: A Numerical Simulation
C. De Lazzari, G. Ferrari (Italy), M. Darowski (Poland), D.M. Pisanelli, and G. Tosti (Italy)
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519-014 Simulation of the Cardiovascular System using Equivalent Electronic System
K. Hassani, M. Navidbakhsh, and M. Rostami (Iran)
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519-018 Human Muscle Modeling using Generalized Cylinders for Volume Consideration
S.K. Semwal, B. Watson, and D.L. McCullough (USA)
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519-060 Investigations on the Biomechanics of the Human Trunk
M. Vanoncini, W. Holderbaum, and B.J. Andrews (UK)
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519-064 Simulation of Pulmonary Edema in Mitral and Aortic Valvular Disease
Z. Asgharpour and H. Seitz (Germany, Iran)
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519-069 Finite Element Analysis of Stent Expansion Considering Stent, Artery and Plaque Interaction
S.M. Kim and S.Y. Park (Korea)
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519-070 The Intraosseous Fluid Pressure Generation in Lacunocanalicular Network of Trabeculae
J.H. Hong, Y.H. Park, and S.H. Lee (Korea)
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519-084 Feasibility Study of a Two Dimensional Functional Heart Model based on a Single Fiber Contraction in an Anatomical Array of Myocytes
S. Witman, A. Gefen, and O. Barnea (Israel)
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519-100 A Spatially-Detailed Model of Actin and Myosin Interaction in the Cardiac Myofilament Including Strain-based Rates and Cooperative Mechanisms
J.R. Hussan (India), P.P. de Tombe, and J.J. Rice (USA)
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519-106 Joint Moments and Muscle Forces in Walking with Different Heel Heights
S.J. Hwang, H.S. Choi, H.H. Choi, H.S. Kim, and Y.H. Kim (Korea)
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Track Medical Devices, Measurement, and Instrumentation FreeSubscription
519-024 New Parameters for Modeling Shoulder Motion
R.M. Kiss and Á. Illyés (Hungary)
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519-039 Design of an Implantable Active Microport System for Patient Specific Drug Release
A. Geipel, A. Doll, F. Goldschmidtböing, B. Müller, P. Jantscheff, N. Esser, U. Massing, and P. Woias (Germany)
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519-045 Stabilisation of Electrochemical Biosensors using Hypersolutes
E. Loose and S.J. Setford (UK)
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519-057 The Windowing Effect in Cerebral Pattern Classification. An Application to Brain Computer Interface Technology.
J.L. Martínez Pérez and A. Barrientos Cruz (Spain)
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519-059 Development of an Optical Motion Analysis System to Measure Small Movement in Three-Dimensional Space
H. Liu, S. Evans, C. Holt, A. Zhurov, and J. Middleton (UK)
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519-061 Electroneurograms Recorded from the Left Vagus Nerve of a Dog
J. Rozman and B. Četina (Slovenia)
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519-068 Measuring of Mechanical Properties of Human Skeletal Muscle Related to Muscular Tone under In Vivo Compression
B. Gutnik and J. Leaver (New Zealand)
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519-077 Development and Evaluation for an Adaptive-Feedback Active Noise Cancellation Headset
J.-H. Lin, P.-T. Liu, S.-T. Tang, W.-R. Han, F.-I. Lee, and S.-T. Young (Taiwan)
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519-078 Design and Implementation of the Telemetry Capsule for Measuring of Electrogastrography
E.S. Jung, J.H. Lee, S.H. Woo, K.W. Yoon, J.H. Jang, M.K. Kim, Y.K. Moon, T.W. Kim, C.H. Won, H.C. Choi, and J.H. Cho (Korea)
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519-086 An Investigation of Recommended Lower Leg Exercises for Induced Calf Muscle Activity
K.J. O'Donovan (Ireland), T. Bajd (Slovenia), P.A. Grace, D.T. O'Keeffe, and G.M. Lyons (Ireland)
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519-105 An Optimum Accelerometer Configuration and Simple Algorithm for Accurately Detecting Falls
A.K. Bourke, C. Ni Scanaill, K.M. Culhane, J.V. O'Brien, and G.M. Lyons (Ireland)
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519-113 A Study of HRV Analysis to Detect Drowsiness States of Drivers
M.-K. Byeon, S.-W. Han, H.-K. Min, Y.-S. Wo, Y.-B. Park, and W. Huh (Korea)
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Track MRI, ECG, EEG, and Segmentation FreeSubscription
519-025 Extraction and Separation of High-Amplitude Artifacts in Electroencephalograms from Epileptic Patients
A.R. Teixeira, A.M. Tomé (Portugal), E.W. Lang, P. Gruber (Germany), and A. Martins da Silva (Portugal)
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519-036 New Discriminants for Detecting Degenerate Areas in DT-MRI
K. Sakai and K. Koyamada (Japan)
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519-046 Analysis of Baroreflex Sensitivity
R. Trobec, V. Avbelj, B. Meglič, and V. Švigelj (Slovenia)
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519-055 Model based Ellipse Fitting for the Estimation of the Cross Sectional Area in MR Images
G. Pisinger (Germany)
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519-074 New Robust Methods for Pseudo-Period Detection in Seismocardiographic Signal
P. Smrcka, M. Jirina, K. Hana, and Z. Trefny (Czech Republic)
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519-082 Automatic Segmentation of Cortical Region of the Brain from MR Images
A.R. Rugerio Ramos, L. Altamirano Robles, and J.A. González Bernal (Mexico)
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519-095 A Comparison of Wavelet Transforms through an HMM based ECG Segmentation and Classification System
R.V. Andreão (Brazil) and J. Boudy (France)
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519-117 Improved Helmholtz-Type Coils with High B1 Homogeneity - Spherical and Ellipsoidal Configurations
S.M. Ould Ahmed Ghaly, L. Guendouz, A. Hedjiedj, J.M. Escanyé, and D. Canet (France)
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519-118 Normalization of the Effect of Sampling Rate on the Algorithmic Complexity of Electroencephalograph for Evaluation of Depth of Anesthesia
J.-Y. Li, T.-S. Kuo, and F.-S. Jaw (Taiwan)
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519-119 Stastical Analysis of EEG Arousals in Sleep Apnea Syndrome
V. Swarnkar and U.R. Abeyratne (Australia)
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519-802 Multi-Seed Segmentation of the Primary Tumor Mass in Neuroblastoma using Opening-by-Reconstruction
R.H. Vu, R.M. Rangayyan, and G.S. Boag (Canada)
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519-808 Integrating Information from Pathological Brain MRI into an Anatomo-Functional Model
B. Batrancourt, J. Atif, O. Nempont, E. Angelini, and I. Bloch (France)
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Track Modelling, Simulation, Systems, and Control FreeSubscription
519-007 Using Transformation Knowledge for the Classification of Raman Spectra of Biological Samples
K.-D. Peschke, B. Haasdonk, O. Ronneberger, H. Burkhardt, P. Rösch, M. Harz, and J. Popp (Germany)
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519-008 Studies of Single and Dual Excitation using Conductance Catheter Techniques
C. Thaijiam and T.J. Gale (Australia)
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519-012 Physiological Modelling of Hemodynamic Effects of Simultaneous Administration of Noradrenaline and Dobutamine to Septic Patients in CICU
M. Mahfouf, M.A. Denaï, and J.J. Ross (UK)
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519-067 Biomechanics Modeling of Human Musculoskeletal System using Adams Multibody Dynamics Package
A. Veloso, G. Esteves, S. Silva, C. Ferreira, and F. Brandão (Portugal)
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519-081 Electrical Stimuli Capsule for Control Moving Direction at the Small Intestine
S.H. Woo, J.Y. Yang, E.S. Jung, J.H. Lee, Y.K. Moon, T.W. Kim, C.H. Won, H.C. Choi, and J.H. Cho (Korea)
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519-094 A Blood Gas Hybrid Model for Ventilated Patients in ICU with New Formulations for Dead Space and Tidal Volume
A. Wang, M. Mahfouf, and G.H. Mills (UK)
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519-107 Computational Analysis of Epileptic Focus Localization
A. Acar (USA), C.A. Bingöl, H. Bingöl (Turkey), and B. Yener (USA)
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519-114 Missing Data Imputation in Breast Cancer Prognosis
J.M. Jerez, I. Molina, J.L. Subirats, and L. Franco (Spain)
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519-115 Parameter Estimation for Models of Cell Signaling Pathways based on Semi-Quantitative Data
K. Fujarewicz, M. Kimmel, T. Lipniacki, and A. Świerniak (Poland)
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519-801 Curvature Effect for Electromagnetic Power Absorption in Biological Tissues
A. Shtrom, D.F. Soldea, D. Razansky, and P.D. Einziger (Israel)
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519-805 Implementation of a Microprocessor-based System for Real-Time Monitoring of Vital Signs and Control of Depth of Anaesthesia
J.-Y. Li, J.-K. Jang, C.-Y. Hung, T.-H. Su, S.-C. Lee, T.-S. Kuo, and F.-S. Jaw (Taiwan)
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Track Medical Imaging, Image Processing, and Signal Processing FreeSubscription
519-041 Importance of Proprioception After Total Hip Replacement
Á. Illyés, G. Holnapy, M. Szendrői, and R.M. Kiss (Hungary)
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519-087 Identifying Cervical Cancer Lesions using Temporal Texture Analysis
D.I. Tapia López, A. Barreto Flores, and L. Altamirano Robles (Mexico)
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519-088 Matched Filter Design by Fluency Analysis for a More Accurate Fundus Image Blood-Vessel Extraction
K. Sheng, K. Kameyama, K. Katagishi, and K. Toraichi (Japan)
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519-090 Automatic Extraction and 3D Visualization of Coronary Arteries from Angiography Sequences
M. Espinosa Sandoval, L. Altamirano Robles, J.A. González Bernal, and R. D'Zatarain Rivero (Mexico)
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519-092 Cryoplane Fluorescence Microscopy
J. Nissanov, L. Bertrand, S. Gefen, P. Bakare, C. Kane, K. Gross, and D. Baird (USA)
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519-098 A Proposed Warped Wigner-Ville Time Frequency Distribution Applied to Doppler Blood Flow Measurement
E. Rubio, J. Solano, F. Torres, and F. García-Nocetti (Mexico)
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519-109 Accelerometer Calibration for a Portable Mobility Telemonitoring Device
C. Ni Scanaill and G.M. Lyons (Ireland)
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519-110 Wavelet Transformation and Pre-Selection of Mother Wavelets for ECG Signal Processing
P. Bhatia (India), J. Boudy (France), and R.V. Andreão (Brazil)
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519-803 Design and Simulation of a Current Source for Electrical Impedance Tomography
P. Rangraz, A. Sheikhani, and N. Hemmati (Iran)
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519-809 MD3RI: A Tool for Computer-Aided Drusens Contour Drawing
A. Mora, P. Vieira, and J. Fonseca (Portugal)
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This publication covers the following topics: Molecular Bioengineering; Health Care Technology; Biomechanics and Cardiovascular, Bone, and Muscle Systems; Medical Devices, Measurement, and Instrumentation; MRI, ECG, EEG, and Segmentation; Modelling, Simulation, Systems, and Control; Medical Imaging, and Image Processing, and Signal Processing.

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