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June 16, 2022, 1:13 a.m. | Yasmin Salehi, Dennis Giannacopoulos

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Correctly capturing intraoperative brain shift in image-guided neurosurgical
procedures is a critical task for aligning preoperative data with
intraoperative geometry for ensuring accurate surgical navigation. While the
finite element method (FEM) is a proven technique to effectively approximate
soft tissue deformation through biomechanical formulations, their degree of
success boils down to a trade-off between accuracy and speed. To circumvent
this problem, the most recent works in this domain have proposed leveraging
data-driven models obtained by training various machine learning algorithms, …

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