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IGSTK Building High Quality Roads with Open Source Software <ul><ul><li>Luis Ibanez, Andinet Enquobahrie, Matt Turek, Juli...
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IGSTK
<repeatability>
<repeat>
<1>
<never again>
<2>
< n : n+1 >
<1>
<anecdote>
<1>
<~science>
<1>
<~safe>
patient:  ~<~safe>
patient:  ~<1>
patient:  < n : n+1 >
(health care)++
<progress>
<research>
<journals>
<conferences>
<paper>
<nice>
<let's try it...>
<O|O>
<code?>
<mm...>
<pseudo code>
@#$!
<frustration>
<anger>
<acceptance...>
<let's write code>
<implementation details?>
<parameters?>
<six months later...>
<new incarnation>
<Frankenstein>
<same behavior?>
<~know>
<superstition>
<mine is better>
<feudal science>
patient: ~<feudal science>
<progress>
<papers+code>
<IGSTK>
<shareable code>
<common platform>
<free platform>
<free: Freedom>
<& Free Beer>
<start-ups>
< $$$ >
<~wheel>
<prototyping>
<final product>
<IGSTK>
code base >> 0
<peer-reviewed>
<community support>
<reference>
<compare>
Tool A IGSTK
Tool B IGSTK
Tool A Tool B
~<Tool A && Tool B>
<education>
<learn by tinkering>
<proprietary code>
~<tinkering>
~<learning>
<IGSTK>
<open>
<free>
<community support>
<student friendly>
<e.g.: Ubuntu package>
<IGSTK ?>
<ITK>
<VTK>
<FLTK & Qt>
<can do ?>
<trackers>
<scene graph>
<DICOM>
<trackers ?>
<NDI: Polaris>
<NDI: Aurora>
<NDI: Spectra>
<NDI: Vicra>
<Claron Technologies: Micron>
<Ascension:  Flock of Birds >
<scene graph ?>
<anatomical structures>
<surgical instruments>
<correct>
<position>
<orientation>
<liver>
<on liver>
<heart>
<on heart>
<tumor>
<on tumor>
patient: <correct pose>
<DICOM ?>
<correct>
<spacing>
<origin>
<orientation>
<Safety>
<patient first>
~<feature creep>
<state machines>
<heavy testing>
< 93% >
<Open Source>
<License ?>
< BSD >
<commercial use: yes>
<reciprocity: no>
<credits: yes>
<developers> <ul><li>ISIS Center: Georgetown University </li></ul><ul><li>Arizona State University </li></ul><ul><li>SINTE...
<funding: thanks!> <ul><li>NIBIB-NIH </li></ul><ul><ul><li>R01 EB007195   </li></ul></ul><ul><li>US Army (TATRC)  </li></u...
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  1. 1. IGSTK Building High Quality Roads with Open Source Software <ul><ul><li>Luis Ibanez, Andinet Enquobahrie, Matt Turek, Julien Jomier, Rick Avila, Patrick Cheng, Frank Lindseth, Kevin Gary, Kevin Cleary </li></ul></ul>http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ <ul><ul><li>Kitware Inc, Clifton Park NY, SINTEF Norway, ISIS Center Georgetown University Washington DC, Arizona State University AZ </li></ul></ul>
  2. 2. © 2008 Insight Software Consortium <ul><li>This presentation is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ </li></ul><ul><li>You are free to Reuse </li></ul><ul><li>You are free to Remix </li></ul><ul><li>Provided that you give credit to the author </li></ul>
  3. 3. This presentation was created using Open Source Software <ul><ul><li>Open Office copyright is jointly held by Sun Microsystems and Contributors. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The software is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1. </li></ul></ul>
  4. 4. IGSTK
  5. 5. <repeatability>
  6. 6. <repeat>
  7. 7. <1>
  8. 8. <never again>
  9. 9. <2>
  10. 10. < n : n+1 >
  11. 11. <1>
  12. 12. <anecdote>
  13. 13. <1>
  14. 14. <~science>
  15. 15. <1>
  16. 16. <~safe>
  17. 17. patient: ~<~safe>
  18. 18. patient: ~<1>
  19. 19. patient: < n : n+1 >
  20. 20. (health care)++
  21. 21. <progress>
  22. 22. <research>
  23. 23. <journals>
  24. 24. <conferences>
  25. 25. <paper>
  26. 26. <nice>
  27. 27. <let's try it...>
  28. 28. <O|O>
  29. 29. <code?>
  30. 30. <mm...>
  31. 31. <pseudo code>
  32. 32. @#$!
  33. 33. <frustration>
  34. 34. <anger>
  35. 35. <acceptance...>
  36. 36. <let's write code>
  37. 37. <implementation details?>
  38. 38. <parameters?>
  39. 39. <six months later...>
  40. 40. <new incarnation>
  41. 41. <Frankenstein>
  42. 42. <same behavior?>
  43. 43. <~know>
  44. 44. <superstition>
  45. 45. <mine is better>
  46. 46. <feudal science>
  47. 47. patient: ~<feudal science>
  48. 48. <progress>
  49. 49. <papers+code>
  50. 50. <IGSTK>
  51. 51. <shareable code>
  52. 52. <common platform>
  53. 53. <free platform>
  54. 54. <free: Freedom>
  55. 55. <& Free Beer>
  56. 56. <start-ups>
  57. 57. < $$$ >
  58. 58. <~wheel>
  59. 59. <prototyping>
  60. 60. <final product>
  61. 61. <IGSTK>
  62. 62. code base >> 0
  63. 63. <peer-reviewed>
  64. 64. <community support>
  65. 65. <reference>
  66. 66. <compare>
  67. 67. Tool A IGSTK
  68. 68. Tool B IGSTK
  69. 69. Tool A Tool B
  70. 70. ~<Tool A && Tool B>
  71. 71. <education>
  72. 72. <learn by tinkering>
  73. 73. <proprietary code>
  74. 74. ~<tinkering>
  75. 75. ~<learning>
  76. 76. <IGSTK>
  77. 77. <open>
  78. 78. <free>
  79. 79. <community support>
  80. 80. <student friendly>
  81. 81. <e.g.: Ubuntu package>
  82. 82. <IGSTK ?>
  83. 83. <ITK>
  84. 84. <VTK>
  85. 85. <FLTK & Qt>
  86. 86. <can do ?>
  87. 87. <trackers>
  88. 88. <scene graph>
  89. 89. <DICOM>
  90. 90. <trackers ?>
  91. 91. <NDI: Polaris>
  92. 92. <NDI: Aurora>
  93. 93. <NDI: Spectra>
  94. 94. <NDI: Vicra>
  95. 95. <Claron Technologies: Micron>
  96. 96. <Ascension: Flock of Birds >
  97. 97. <scene graph ?>
  98. 98. <anatomical structures>
  99. 99. <surgical instruments>
  100. 100. <correct>
  101. 101. <position>
  102. 102. <orientation>
  103. 103. <liver>
  104. 104. <on liver>
  105. 105. <heart>
  106. 106. <on heart>
  107. 107. <tumor>
  108. 108. <on tumor>
  109. 109. patient: <correct pose>
  110. 110. <DICOM ?>
  111. 111. <correct>
  112. 112. <spacing>
  113. 113. <origin>
  114. 114. <orientation>
  115. 115. <Safety>
  116. 116. <patient first>
  117. 117. ~<feature creep>
  118. 118. <state machines>
  119. 119. <heavy testing>
  120. 120. < 93% >
  121. 121. <Open Source>
  122. 122. <License ?>
  123. 123. < BSD >
  124. 124. <commercial use: yes>
  125. 125. <reciprocity: no>
  126. 126. <credits: yes>
  127. 127. <developers> <ul><li>ISIS Center: Georgetown University </li></ul><ul><li>Arizona State University </li></ul><ul><li>SINTEF (Throdheim, Norway) </li></ul><ul><li>Kitware Inc. </li></ul>
  128. 128. <funding: thanks!> <ul><li>NIBIB-NIH </li></ul><ul><ul><li>R01 EB007195 </li></ul></ul><ul><li>US Army (TATRC) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>W81XWH-04-1-0078 </li></ul></ul>
  129. 129. </talk>
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