Daniel Rubin

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  • Using an Ontology of Human Anatomy to Inform Reasoning with Geometric Models MEDICINE MEETS VIRTUAL REALITY 13: THE MAGICAL NEXT BECOMES THE MEDICAL NOW Rubin, D. L., Bashir, Y., Grossman, D., Dev, P., Musen, M. A. 2005; 111: 429-435


    The Virtual Soldier project is a large effort on the part of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects agency to explore using both general anatomical knowledge and specific computed tomographic (CT) images of individual soldiers to aid the rapid diagnosis and treatment of penetrating injuries. Our goal is to develop intelligent computer applications that use this knowledge to reason about the anatomic structures that are directly injured and to predict propagation of injuries secondary to primary organ damage. To accomplish this, we needed to develop an architecture to combine geometric data with anatomic knowledge and reasoning services that use this information to predict the consequences of injuries.

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