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Pub. period:1994-2012
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Bernhard Preim

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Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg

Bernhard Preim is a specialist for visualization and human-computer interaction in particular with respect to medical applications such as diagnosis, treatment planning, intraoperative support and medical training. He directed several projects in that area first at Fraunhofer MEVIS and since 2003 at the University of Magdeburg. Within HCI, he is specialized on 3D interaction techniques, 3D input devices, scenario-based user interface design and interface guidelines for surgical applications. He teaches basic and advanced HCI courses and authored two German textbooks on Interactive Systems.

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2012
 
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Birr, Steven, Mönch, Jeanette, Sommerfeld, Dirk and Preim, Bernhard (2012): A novel Real-Time Web3D Surgical Teaching Tool based on WebGL. In: Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 2012, Berlin. pp. 404-409.

 
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Rössling, Ivo, Dornheim, Jana, Dornheim, Lars, Böhm, Andreas and Preim, Bernhard (2012): The Tumor Therapy Manager - Design, Refinement and Clinical Use of a Software Product for ENT Surgery Planning and Documentation. In: International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions 2012. pp. 1-12.

The treatment of patients with head and neck cancers is a demanding medical eld, due to the compact anatomy and complex functionality of the a ected region. The planning process comprises issues regarding risk and applicability of intervention, extent of surgical removal, and the choice of appropriate access to the pathology. Required clinical information are obtained from di erent examinations, ranging from external visual and palpatory inspection, over preoperative panendoscopy and biopsy histology to radiological imaging. The surgeon needs to process all available information in mind and virtually compile a mental patient model of the target anatomy. 3D visualizations of tomographic data may improve perception of spatial relationships. However, discussions with clinical practicians reveal that parameterization of advanced visual e ects tend to be cumbersome and resulting visualizations are often too complex and not dedicated to speci c diagnostic or treatment planning questions. Moreover, they will add valuable alternative views, but cannot replace all the other diagnostic sources. We describe long-term experiences on developing and re ning a software for ENT surgery planning and documentation. Regarding 3D visualizations, it turns out to be superior to generate sequences of rather simple 3D views directly supporting speci c treatment questions, instead of presenting many anatomic structures simultaneously. Developing software for clinical practice thereby bene ts from a thorough understanding of the target scenarios and the visual questions" they raise. The second focus is on the seamless integration of the di erent diagnostic modalities, ndings, and therapy decisions into a common electronic document. We report on the actual clinical use of the system and discuss how it ts into the surgical planning workflow.

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Birr, Steven, Dicken, Volker, Geisler, Benjamin, Mühler, Konrad, Preim, Bernhard and Stöcker:, Christina (2011): Interaktive Reports für die Planung von Lungentumoroperationen. In: Mensch und Computer 2011, Chemnitz. pp. 131-140.

 
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Mühler, Konrad, Neugebauer, Mathias and Preim, Bernhard (2011): Interactive Medical Volume Visualizations for Surgical Online Applications. In: HCI International July 19-24, 2011, Orlando, Florida. pp. 398-405.

 
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Preim, Bernhard (2011): HCI in Medical Visualization. In: Hagen, Hans (ed.). "Scientific Visualization: Interactions, Features, Metaphors". Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik, Germany

Research in medical visualization lead to a remarkable collection of algorithms for efficiently exploring medical imaging data, such as CT, MRI and DTI. However, widespread use of such algorithms requires careful parameterization, integration of individual algorithms in solutions for real-world problems in diagnosis, treatment planning and intraoperative navigation. In the field of HCI, input devices, interaction techniques as well as a process for achieving usable, useful, and attractive user interfaces are explored. Findings from HCI may serve as a starting point to significantly improve visual computing solutions in medical diagnosis and treatment. We discuss general issues, such as input devices for medical visualization, and selected examples.

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Kellermann, Kerstin, Neugebauer, Mathias and Preim, Bernhard (2011): A 6DOF Interaction Method for the Virtual Training of Minimally Invasive Access to the Spine. In: Proc. of CURAC Computer- und robotergestützt Chirurgie November, 2011, Magdeburg, Germany. .

Minimally invasive procedures become increasingly popular due to their potential advantages. The correct choice of access to the operation area is essential for a safe and successful surgery. Besides traditional training options (e.g. cadaver-based,) virtual training systems gain importance due to their flexibility and cost efficiency. We developed a novel 3D interaction method to improve the understanding of the placement and orientation of the instrument for minimally invasive access (syringe needle or dilator) to the spine. In a virtual 3D scene of a patient's spine anatomy the trainee defines a straight trajectory, placing the virtual instrument with a haptic 6DOF phantom device in three steps. Haptic material properties and constraints support the single interaction tasks. We do not aim to simulate the handling of real instruments.

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Gasteiger, Rocco, Neugebauer, Mathias, Beuing, Oliver and Preim, Bernhard (2011): The FLOWLENS: A Focus-and-Context Visualization Approach for Exploration of Blood Flow in Cerebral Aneurysms. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 17 (12) pp. 2183-2192.

Blood flow and derived data are essential to investigate the initiation and progression of cerebral aneurysms as well as their risk of rupture. An effective visual exploration of several hemodynamic attributes like the wall shear stress (WSS) and the inflow jet is necessary to understand the hemodynamics. Moreover, the correlation between focus-and-context attributes is of particular interest. An expressive visualization of these attributes and anatomic information requires appropriate visualization techniques to minimize visual clutter and occlusions. We present the FLOWLENS as a focus-and-context approach that addresses these requirements. We group relevant hemodynamic attributes to pairs of focus-and-context attributes and assign them to different anatomic scopes. For each scope, we propose several FLOWLENS visualization templates to provide a flexible visual filtering of the involved hemodynamic pairs. A template consists of the visualization of the focus attribute and the additional depiction of the context attribute inside the lens. Furthermore, the FLOWLENS supports local probing and the exploration of attribute changes over time. The FLOWLENS minimizes visual cluttering, occlusions, and provides a flexible exploration of a region of interest. We have applied our approach to seven representative datasets, including steady and unsteady flow data from CFD simulations and 4D PC-MRI measurements. Informal user interviews with three domain experts confirm the usefulness of our approach.

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Oeltze, Steffen, Freiler, Wolfgang, Hillert, Reyk, Doleisch, Helmut, Preim, Bernhard and Schubert, Walter (2011): Interactive, Graph-Based Visual Analysis of High-Dimensional, Multi-Parameter Fluorescence Microscopy Data in Toponomics. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Graphics, 17 (12) pp. 1882-1889.

In Toponomics, the function protein pattern in cells or tissue (the toponome) is imaged and analyzed for applications in toxicology, new drug development and patient-drug-interaction. The most advanced imaging technique is robot-driven multi-parameter fluorescence microscopy. This technique is capable of co-mapping hundreds of proteins and their distribution and assembly in protein clusters across a cell or tissue sample by running cycles of fluorescence tagging with monoclonal antibodies or other affinity reagents, imaging, and bleaching in situ. The imaging results in complex multi-parameter data composed of one slice or a 3D volume per affinity reagent. Biologists are particularly interested in the localization of co-occurring proteins, the frequency of co-occurrence and the distribution of co-occurring proteins across the cell. We present an interactive visual analysis approach for the evaluation of multi-parameter fluorescence microscopy data in toponomics. Multiple, linked views facilitate the definition of features by brushing multiple dimensions. The feature specification result is linked to all views establishing a focus+context visualization in 3D. In a new attribute view, we integrate techniques from graph visualization. Each node in the graph represents an affinity reagent while each edge represents two co-occurring affinity reagent bindings. The graph visualization is enhanced by glyphs which encode specific properties of the binding. The graph view is equipped with brushing facilities. By brushing in the spatial and attribute domain, the biologist achieves a better understanding of the function protein patterns of a cell. Furthermore, an interactive table view is integrated which summarizes unique fluorescence patterns. We discuss our approach with respect to a cell probe containing lymphocytes and a prostate tissue section.

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Neugebauer, Mathias, Janiga, Gabor, Beuing, Oliver, Skalej, Martin and Preim, Bernhard (2011): Anatomy-Guided Multi-Level Exploration of Blood Flow in Cerebral Aneurysms. In Computer Graphics Forum, 30 (3) pp. 11041-1050.

For cerebral aneurysms, the ostium, the area of inflow, is an important anatomic landmark, since it separates the pathological vessel deformation from the healthy parent vessel. A better understanding of the inflow characteristics, the flow inside the aneurysm and the overall change of pre- and post-aneurysm flow in the parent vessel provide insights for medical research and the development of new risk-reduced treatment options. We present an approach for a qualitative, visual flow exploration that incorporates the ostium and derived anatomical landmarks. It is divided into three scopes: a global scope for exploration of the in- and outflow, an ostium scope that provides characteristics of the flow profile close to the ostium and a local scope for a detailed exploration of the flow in the parent vessel and the aneurysm. The approach was applied to five representative datasets, including measured and simulated blood flow. Informal interviews with two board-certified radiologists confirmed the usefulness of the provided exploration tools and delivered input for the integration of the ostium-based flow analysis into the overall exploration workflow.

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Baer, Alexandra, Gasteiger, Rocco, Cunningham, Douglas and Preim, Bernhard (2011): Perceptual Evaluation of Ghosted View Techniques for the Exploration of Vascular Structures and Embedded Flow. In Computer Graphics Forum, 30 (3) pp. 811-820.

This paper presents three controlled perceptual studies investigating the visualization of the cerebral aneurysm anatomy with embedded flow visualization. We evaluate and compare the common semitransparent visualization technique with a ghosted view and a ghosted view with depth enhancement technique. We analyze the techniques' ability to facilitate and support the shape and spatial representation of the aneurysm models as well as evaluating the smart visibility characteristics. The techniques are evaluated with respect to the participants accuracy, response time and their personal preferences. We used as stimuli 3D aneurysm models of five clinical datasets. There was overwhelming preference for the two ghosted view techniques over the semitransparent technique. Since smart visibility techniques are rarely evaluated, this paper may serve as orientation for further studies.

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Birr, Steven, Dachselt, Raimund and Preim, Bernhard (2011): Mobile Interactive Displays for Medical Visualization. In: Workshop on Data Exploration for Interactive Surfaces at ITS November, 2011. .

Medical visualization proves to be essential in modern health care systems. Collaborative diagnosis and treatment decisions as well as medical education and training can be enhanced using interactive 2D and 3D graphics. However, besides developing effective visualizations, the challenge remains on how to support optimal interaction especially on mobile devices. This paper presents possible future scenarios of using mobile displays by different medical experts in collaborative environments. Typical tasks, technical requirements, open research issues and challenges on interacting with mobile medical visualization are discussed.

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2010
 
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Glaßer, Sylvia, Preim, Uta, Tönnies, Klaus D. and Preim, Bernhard (2010): A visual analytics approach to diagnosis of breast DCE-MRI data. In Computers & Graphics, 34 (5) pp. 602-611.

 
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Birr, Steven, Dicken, Volker and Preim, Bernhard (2010): Webbasierte Planungsunterstützung von Lungenoperationen. In: Mensch und Computer 2010. pp. 113-118.

 
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Preim, Bernhard and Dachselt, Raimund (2010): Interaktive Systeme. Heidelberg, Springer

 
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Mühler, Konrad, Tietjen, Christian, Ritter, Felix and Preim, Bernhard (2010): The Medical Exploration Toolkit: An Efficient Support for Visual Computing in Surgical Planning and Training. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Graphics, 16 (1) pp. 133-146.

Abstract—Application development is often guided by the usage of software libraries and toolkits. For medical applications, the toolkits currently available focus on image analysis and volume rendering. Advanced interactive visualizations and user interface issues are not adequately supported. Hence, we present a toolkit for application development in the field of medical intervention planning, training, and presentation—theMEDICALEXPLORATIONTOOLKIT (METK). TheMETKis based on the rapid prototyping platform MeVisLab and offers a large variety of facilities for an easy and efficient application development process. We present dedicated techniques for advanced medical visualizations, exploration, standardized documentation, and interface widgets for common tasks. These include, e.g., advanced animation facilities, viewpoint selection, several illustrative rendering techniques, and new techniques for object selection in 3D surface models. No extended programming skills are needed for application building, since a graphical programming approach can be used. The toolkit is freely available and well documented to facilitate the use and extension of the toolkit.

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Mönch, Jeanette, Lauer, Wolfgang and Preim, Bernhard (2010): Leitlinien für die Konzeption chirurgischer Ausbildungs- und Trainingssysteme. In i-Com (Zeitschrift für interaktive und kooperative Medien), 10 (3) pp. 33-40.

 
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Proksch, Daniel, Dornheim, Jana and Preim, Bernhard (2010): Interaktionstechniken zur Korrektur medizinischer 3D-Segmentierungen. In: Proc. of Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin BVM März, 2010, Hamburg. .

In dieser Arbeit werden vier neuartige Ansätze zur interaktiven Korrektur medizinischer 3D-Segmentierungen vorgestellt. Das Hauptziel besteht dabei darin, einen intuitiven sowie zeitsparenden Korrekturvorgang zu erm¨oglichen. Anstatt die segmentierten Objektkonturen in jeder einzelnen Schicht der tomographischen Datens¨atze voneinander getrennt zu bearbeiten, wird die Korrektur von uns als direkte Manipulation dreidimensionaler polygonaler Oberflächenmodelle interpretiert. Die vorgestellten Verfahren sind inspiriert von aktuellen Arbeiten zur benutzerfreundlichen Polygonmodellierung.

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Kellermann, Kerstin, Mönch, Jeanette, Preim, Bernhard, Franke, Jörg and Bochwitz, Carsten (2010): Interaktives 3D-basiertes Training der Planung von Eingriffen an der Wirbelsäule. In: Proc. of CURAC Computer- und robotergestützt Chirurgie November, 2010, Düsseldorf, Germany. pp. 131-136.

Wir präsentieren ein fallbasiertes chirurgisches Trainingssystem zur Vermittlung anatomischer Kenntnisse, kognitiver Strategien der Therapiefindung und Interaktionstechniken für die computergestützte Therapieplanung von Wirbelsäu-lenerkrankungen. Dem SpineSurgeryTrainer liegen Patientendaten, Bilddaten, Bildanalyseergebnisse und 3D-Modelle sowie kommentierte OP-Videos und Diagnoseinformationen zugrunde. Neurochirurgen oder Orthopäden, die sich auf die Wirbelsäulenchirurgie spezialisieren wollen, können innerhalb eines praxisnahen Workflows Therapieentscheidung und Operationsplanungen trainieren, wobei auf Expertenmeinungen und ihr fallspezifisches Vorgehen zurückgegriffen werden kann. Der Fokus liegt auf der interaktiven 3D-Darstellung der Anatomie und der virtuellen Therapieplanung. Schlüsselworte: Trainingssystem,

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2009
 
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Klein, Jan, Friman, Ola, Hadwiger, Markus, Preim, Bernhard, Ritter, Felix, Vilanova, Anna, Zachmann, Gabriel and Bartz, Dirk (2009): Visual computing for medical diagnosis and treatment. In Computers & Graphics, 33 (4) pp. 554-565.

 
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Cordes, Jeanette, Dornheim, Jana and Preim, Bernhard (2009): Szenariobasierte Entwicklung von Systemen für Training und Planung in der Chirurgie. In i-Com (Zeitschrift für interaktive und kooperative Medien), 9 (1) pp. 5-12.

Basierend auf unseren bisherigen Erfahrungen möchten wir Empfehlungen für die szenariobasierte Konzeption chirurgischer Trainings- und Planungssysteme geben. Die Spezifikation auf Basis von Szenarien schafft eine gemeinsame Kommunikationsbasis zwischen Entwicklern und Ärzten und ermöglicht die anwendernahe Entwicklung von Software. Dabei entsteht jedoch eine Vielzahl an Dokumenten, Anmerkungen und überarbeiteten Versionen. Wir schlagen deshalb eine konkrete Strategie zur Nutzung von Szenarien vor, die Redundanzen reduziert und eine effiziente Verwaltung der Zusammenhänge der entstehenden Dokumente ermöglicht. Wir nutzen diese Strategie und beschreiben davon ausgehend exemplarisch die szenariobasierte Konzeption eines Systems für das Training des medizinischen Workflows in der Wirbelsäulenchirurgie sowie eines Systems für die Planung halschirurgischer Eingriffe. Die Diskussion der Szenarien hat sich für das Verständnis des klinischen Workflows, das Design der Trainings- und Planungsschritte sowie für die Auswahl einer repräsentativen Menge von Fällen und die Definition der für jeden Fall benötigten relevanten Informationen als hilfreich erwiesen.

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2008
 
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Krüger, Arno, Stampe, Kristina, Irrgang, Steffen, Richter, Ilka, Strauß, Gero and Preim, Bernhard (2008): Eingabegeräte und Interaktionstechniken für die virtuelle Endoskopie. In: Herczeg, Michael and Kindsmüller, Martin Christof (eds.) Mensch and Computer 2008 7-10 September, 2008, Lübeck, Germany. pp. 237-246.

 
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Bade, Ragnar, Cordes, Jeanette, Mewes, Maik and Preim, Bernhard (2008): Interaction Techniques for Case Selection in Medical Computer Based Training Systems. In: Herczeg, Michael and Kindsmüller, Martin Christof (eds.) Mensch and Computer 2008 7-10 September, 2008, Lübeck, Germany. pp. 247-256.

 
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Muigg, Philipp, Kehrer, Johannes, Oeltze, Steffen, Piringer, Harald, Doleisch, Helmut, Preim, Bernhard and Hauser, Helwig (2008): A Four-level Focus+Context Approach to Interactive Visual Analysis of Temporal Features in Large Scientific Data. In Comput. Graph. Forum, 27 (3) pp. 775-782.

 
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Cordes, Jeanette, Hintz, Katrin, Franke, Jörg, Bochwitz, Carsten and Preim, Bernhard (2008): Conceptual Design and Prototyping Implementation of a Case-based Training System for Spine Surgery. In: Proc. of the 1st International eLBa Science Conference e-Learning Baltics September, 2008, Rostock, Germany. pp. 169-178.

We are describing the conceptual design and prototypic implementation of a training system for spine surgery. Based on real case data the SPINESURGERYTRAINER shall impart cognitive strategies for decisions on effective therapy and possible therapy variations as well as anatomical knowledge and interaction techniques for the computer-based planning of therapies for spinal diseases. To understand the requirements of future users and to establish a common basis for communication between surgeons and developers we used the informal specification method of scenarios for the whole design process of our system.

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2007
 
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Burgert, Oliver, Örn, Veronika, Joos, Markus, Strauß, Gero, Tietjen, Christian, Preim, Bernhard and Hertel, Ilka (2007): Evaluation of Perception Performance in Neck Dissection Planning using Eye-Tracking.. In: SPIE Conference on Medical Image Computing 2007. .

 
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Mühler, Konrad, Neugebauer, Mathias, Tietjen, Christian and Preim, Bernhard (2007): Viewpoint Selection for Intervention Planning. In: Museth, Ken, Möller, Torsten and Ynnerman, Anders (eds.) EuroVis07 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 23-25 May, 2007, Norrköping, Sweden. pp. 267-274.

 
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Baer, Alexandra, Tietjen, Christian, Bade, Ragnar and Preim, Bernhard (2007): Hardware-accelerated Stippling of Surfaces derived from Medical Volume Data. In: Museth, Ken, Möller, Torsten and Ynnerman, Anders (eds.) EuroVis07 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 23-25 May, 2007, Norrköping, Sweden. pp. 235-242.

 
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Schumann, Christian, Oeltze, Steffen, Bade, Ragnar, Preim, Bernhard and Peitgen, Heinz-Otto (2007): Model-free Surface Visualization of Vascular Trees. In: Museth, Ken, Möller, Torsten and Ynnerman, Anders (eds.) EuroVis07 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 23-25 May, 2007, Norrköping, Sweden. pp. 283-290.

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Tietjen, Christian, Meyer, Björn, Schlechtweg, Stefan, Preim, Bernhard, Hertel, Ilka and Strauß, Gero (2006): Enhancing Slice-based Visualizations of Medical Volume Data. In: Santos, Beatriz Sousa, Ertl, Thomas and Joy, Kenneth I. (eds.) EuroVis06 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 8-10 May, 2006, Lisbon, Portugal. pp. 123-130.

 
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Oeltze, Steffen, Kuß, Anja, Grothues, Frank, Hennemuth, Anja and Preim, Bernhard (2006): Integrated Visualization of Morphologic and Perfusion Data for the Analysis of Coronary Artery Disease. In: Santos, Beatriz Sousa, Ertl, Thomas and Joy, Kenneth I. (eds.) EuroVis06 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 8-10 May, 2006, Lisbon, Portugal. pp. 131-138.

 
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Janke, Claudia, Tietjen, Christian, Baer, Alexandra, Preim, Bernhard, Zwick, Carola, Hertel, Ilka and Strauß, Gero (2006): Design und Realisierung eines Softwareassistenten zur Planung von Halsoperationen. In: Proc. of Mensch und Computer September, 2006, Gelsenkirchen, Germany. pp. 373-378.

Computerunterstützung für die Planung von Operationen ist ein etabliertes Forschungsgebiet. Die Entwicklung von Benutzungsschnittstellen für die computergestützte Operationsplanung ist nicht Gegenstand der Forschung. Diese Arbeit stellt den Entwicklungsprozess eines Softwareassistenten zur Planung von Halsoperationen vor. Wichtige Vorarbeiten zu dem vorliegenden Beitrag betreffen die Diskussion und Entwicklung geeigneter Visualisierungstechniken. Ausgehend von diesen Vorarbeiten soll ein Softwareassistent entwickelt werden, der die Planung von Halsoperationen durchgängig unterstützt. Das visuelle Design dieses Systems steht im Mittelpunkt dieses Beitrages.

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Bade, Ragnar, Ritter, Felix and Preim, Bernhard (2005): Usability Comparison of Mouse-Based Interaction Techniques for Predictable 3d Rotation. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Smart Graphics 2005. pp. 138-150.

 
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Bartz, Dirk, Hagen, Hans, Interrante, Victoria, Ma, Kwan-Liu and Preim, Bernhard (2005): Illustrative Rendering Techniques for Visualization: Future of Visualization or Just Another Technique?. In: 16th IEEE Visualization Conference VIS 2005 23-28 October, 2005, Minneapolis, MN, USA. p. 120.

 
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Bartz, Dirk, Kindlmann, Gordon L., Mueller, Klaus, Preim, Bernhard and Wacker, Markus (2005): Visual Medicine: Part One - Medical Imaging. In: 16th IEEE Visualization Conference VIS 2005 23-28 October, 2005, Minneapolis, MN, USA. p. 122.

 
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Bartz, Dirk, Kindlmann, Gordon L., Mueller, Klaus, Preim, Bernhard and Wacker, Markus (2005): Visual Medicine: Part Two - Advanced Applications of Medical Imaging. In: 16th IEEE Visualization Conference VIS 2005 23-28 October, 2005, Minneapolis, MN, USA. p. 123.

 
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Viola, Ivan, Gröller, M. Eduard, Hadwiger, Markus, Bühler, Katja, Preim, Bernhard, Sousa, Mario Costa, Ebert, David S. and Stredney, Don (2005): Illustrative Visualization. In: 16th IEEE Visualization Conference VIS 2005 23-28 October, 2005, Minneapolis, MN, USA. p. 124.

 
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Tietjen, Christian, Isenberg, Tobias and Preim, Bernhard (2005): Combining Silhouettes, Surface, and Volume Rendering for Surgery Education and Planning. In: Brodlie, Ken, Duke, David J. and Joy, Kenneth I. (eds.) EuroVis05 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 1-3 June, 2005, Leeds, United Kingdom. pp. 303-310.

 
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Krüger, Arno, Tietjen, Christian, Hintze, Jana, Preim, Bernhard, Hertel, Ilka and Strauß, Gero (2005): Interactive Visualization for Neck-Dissection Planning. In: Brodlie, Ken, Duke, David J. and Joy, Kenneth I. (eds.) EuroVis05 Joint Eurographics - IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization 1-3 June, 2005, Leeds, United Kingdom. pp. 295-302.

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Oeltze, Steffen and Preim, Bernhard (2004): Visualization of anatomic tree structures with convolution surfaces. In: Deussen, Oliver, Hansen, Charles D., Keim, Daniel A. and Saupe, Dietmar (eds.) VisSym 2004 - Symposium on Visualization May 19-21, 2004, Konstanz, Germany. pp. 311-320.

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Ritter, Felix, Berendt, Bettina, Fischer, Berit, Richter, Robert and Preim, Bernhard (2002): Virtual 3d Jigsaw Puzzles: Studying the Effect of Exploring Spatial Relations with Subliminal Guidance.. In: Mensch und Computer 2002, Hamburg, Germany. pp. 363-372.

 
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Ritter, Felix, Berendt, Bettina, Fischer, Berit, Richter, Robert and Preim, Bernhard (2002): Virtual 3D Jigsaw Puzzles: Studying the Effect of Exploring Spatial Relations with Implicit Guidance. In: Herczeg, Michael and Oberquelle, Horst (eds.) Mensch and Computer 2002 September 2-5, 2002, Hamburg, Germany. .

 
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Preim, Bernhard, Tietjen, Christian, Spindler, Wolf and Peitgen, Heinz-Otto (2002): Integration of Measurement Tools in Medical 3d Visualizations. In: IEEE Visualization 2002 2002. .

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Preim, Bernhard, Spindler, Wolf, Oldhafer, Karl and Peitgen, Heinz-Otto (2001): 3D-Interaction Techniques for Planning of Oncologic Soft Tissue Operations. In: Graphics Interface 2001 June 7-9, 2001, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. pp. 183-190.

 
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Hahn, Horst K., Preim, Bernhard, Selle, Dirk and Peitgen, Heinz-Otto (2001): Visualization and Interaction Techniques for the Exploration of Vascular Structures. In: Ertl, Thomas, Joy, Kenneth I. and Varshney, Amitabh (eds.) IEEE Visualization 2001 October 24-26, 2001, San Diego, CA, USA. .

 
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Ritter, Felix, Strothotte, Thomas, Dresden, Oliver and Preim, Bernhard (2001): Virtual 3D Puzzles: A New Method for Exploring Geometric Models in VR. In IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 21 (5) pp. 11-13.

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Ritter, Felix, Preim, Bernhard, Deussen, Oliver and Strothotte, Thomas (2000): Using a 3D Puzzle as a Metaphor for Learning Spatial Relations. In: Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2000 May 15-17, 2000, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. pp. 171-178.

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Preim, Bernhard, Michel, Rainer, Hartmann, Knut and Strothotte, Thomas (1998): Figure captions in visual interfaces. In: Catarci, Tiziana, Costabile, Maria Francesca, Santucci, Giuseppe and Tarantino, Laura (eds.) AVI 1998 - Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces May 24 - 27, 1998, LAquila, Italy. pp. 235-246.

1997
 
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Preim, Bernhard, Raab, Andreas and Strothotte, Thomas (1997): Coherent zooming of illustrations with 3D-graphics and text. In: Graphics Interface 97 May 21-23, 1997, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. pp. 105-113.

1996
 
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Rüger, Michael, Preim, Bernhard and Ritter, Alf (1996): Zoom navigation exploring large information and application spaces. In: Catarci, Tiziana, Costabile, Maria Francesca, Levialdi, Stefano and Santucci, Giuseppe (eds.) AVI 1996 - Proceedings of the workshop on Advanced visual interfaces May 27-29, 1996, Gubbio, Italy. pp. 40-48.

1994
 
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Strothotte, Thomas, Preim, Bernhard, Raab, Andreas, Schumann, Jutta and Forsey, David R. (1994): How to Render Frames and Influence People. In Comput. Graph. Forum, 13 (3) pp. 455-466.

 
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Publication statistics

Pub. period:1994-2012
Pub. count:50
Number of co-authors:97



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Christian Tietjen:9
Felix Ritter:7
Gero Strauß:5

 

 

Productive colleagues

Bernhard Preim's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Kwan-Liu Ma:60
Thomas Strothotte:58
David S. Ebert:42
 
 
 
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