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2. Man-Machine Interface Design for Modeling and Simulation Software

3. Rapid prototyping of database systems in human genetics data collection.

4. Structure and software tools of AIDA.

5. Prototyping with AIDA for a hospital pharmacy system.

6. Performance of AIDA during development and operation.

7. The role of AIDA in a primary care information system.

8. From reporting system to MIS: getting there.

9. Man-machine interface in a submarine command and weapon control system: features and design experience

11. The principles and prototyping of a knowledge-based diabetes management system.

12. A knowledge-based support system for mechanical ventilation of the lungs. The KUSIVAR concept and prototype.

13. Rapid prototyping for healthcare applications.

14. Analyze: a comprehensive, operator-interactive software package for multidimensional medical image display and analysis.

15. An object-oriented database for protein structure analysis.

16. Designing the user interface using rapid prototyping.

17. The Physician's Workstation: an example of end user integration of information systems.

18. Knowledge-based systems in medicine--a Nordic research and development programme.

19. A software system for interactive and quantitative visualization of multidimensional biomedical images.

20. Computer applications in radiology.

21. The PRIST-2 development environment: architecture and implementation.

22. Object-oriented design and programming in medical decision support.

23. Implementing guidelines in ambulatory practice.

24. Prototyping: a key to managing product development.

25. Rapid prototyping of interactive software for automated instrumentation in rehabilitative therapy.

26. Rapid prototyping and the human factors engineering process.

27. Prototyping an institutional IAIMS/UMLS information environment for an academic medical center.

28. PRIST-2: a Graphic User Interface based tool for the development of medical software.

29. Acceptance of direct physician access to a computer-based patient record in a managed care setting.

30. Physician-directed software design: the role of utilization statistics and user input in enhancing HELP results review capabilities.

31. Developing a general practice medical workstation: the integration aspect.

32. Multi media and broadband communication services: a new paradigm for medical imaging.

33. Validation of a metabolic prototype to assist in the treatment of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

34. Integration of 3-D medical imaging and rapid prototyping to create stereolithographic models.

35. Design and integration of a graphic interface for an expert system in oncology.

36. The ClusNet algorithm and time series prediction.

37. Prototyping a bedside documentation system.

38. Practical experience with graphical user interfaces and object-oriented design in the clinical laboratory.

39. Supporting interoperability between medical knowledge-based systems: experience from pilot implementations.

40. Beyond clients and servers.

41. Implementing a Physician's Workstation using client/server technology and the distributed computing environment.

42. Prototyping a genetics deductive database.

43. On facial composite image prototyping as a descriptive and diagnostic tool.

44. A model for the assessment of medical workstations for health care support.

45. [Technique and applications of stereolithographic cranial models].

46. Software engineering tools.

47. Accuracy of stereolithographic models of human anatomy.

48. Measurement of user performance and attitudes assists the initial design of a computer user display and orientation method.

49. Computerized scientific exhibit in radiology: a valuable format for delivering scientific information.

50. One vendor's experience: preliminary development of a reminder system based on the Arden Syntax.

51. Surgical planning using three-dimensional imaging and computer modeling.

52. The informatics superhighway: prototyping on the World Wide Web.

53. Virtual reality, telesurgery, and the new world order of medicine.

54. Automata-theoretic models of mutation and alignment.

55. Protocol for the clinical functionality assessment of a workstation for stereotactic neurosurgery.

56. IMPROMPTU: a system for automatic 3D medical image-analysis.

57. The Electronic View Box: a software tool for radiation therapy treatment verification.

58. 4.5 years of experience with an electronic patient record system at the University of Munich: PADS (Patient Archiving & Documentation System).

59. Naming notes: transitions from free text to structured entry.

61. Automated information technology in Air Force optometry.

62. Virtually-augmented interfaces for tactical aircraft.

63. The Evolution of an Information System for Managerial Use: a longitudinal study

64. Fabrication of titanium implant-retained restorations with nontraditional machining techniques.

65. [Indications and use of stereolithographic skull reconstructions in oromaxillofacial surgery].

66. Voice-processing technologies--their application in telecommunications.

67. The application of an Actel field programmable gate array in the design of an ECG RR interval recorder.

68. Three-dimensional models of the tracheostoma using stereolithography.

69. SQLGEN: a framework for rapid client-server database application development.

70. [Third dimension and craniofacial plastic surgery].

71. HL7 with CORBA and OLE: software components for healthcare.

72. A Web-based repository manager for brain mapping data.

73. Just tell me what you want!: the promise and perils of rapid prototyping with the World Wide Web.

74. Virtual design prototyping applied to medical facilities.

75. Telepathological (image transmission) configuration.

76. Maskless photoencoded selective etching for glass-based microtechnology applications.

77. Application of Computational Fluid Dynamics Techniques to Blood Pumps.

78. Application of computational fluid dynamics techniques to blood pumps.

79. A client/server system for Internet access to biomedical text/image databanks.

80. Evaluation of key shapes on a touchscreen simulation of a specialised keypad.

81. Implementing NCEP guidelines in a Web-based disease-management system.

82. A new plug-in software architecture applied for a portable molecular structure browser.

83. Rapid prototyping (stereolithography) in the management of intra-articular calcaneal fractures.

84. XPIP 2.2: X Portable Interface Package.

85. Preliminary experience with medical applications of rapid prototyping by selective laser sintering.

86. Stereolithographic models derived from x-ray computed tomography. Reproduction accuracy.

87. Use of the virtual instrumentation laboratory for the assessment of human factors in surgery and anesthesia.

88. Virtual reality in the operating room of the future.

89. Computed tomography data based rapid prototyping model of the temporal bone before cochlear implant surgery.

90. Developing sexual health software incorporating user feedback: a British experience.

91. Laser Rapid Prototyping of Photonic Band-Gap Microstructures

92. [Rapid prototyping. Construction of a model in the preoperative planning of reconstructive pelvic interventions].

93. Rapid prototyping techniques for anatomical modelling in medicine.

94. [Precision of 3D-assisted surgical planning with rapid prototype techniques].

95. A novel tool for rapid prototyping and development of simple 3D medical image processing applications on PCs.

96. [Arthroses of the hip joint and their treatment. Developments and progress in the area of conservative and surgical therapy].

97. A preliminary report of a case using an intra-oral distraction device.

98. Development of a custom designed TAH using rapid prototyping.

99. [The validation of stereolithographic anatomical replicas: the authors' own experience and a review of the literature].

100. Using the extensible markup language (XML) in automated clinical practice guidelines.

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