Center for Human Modeling and Simulation

Document Type

Conference Paper

Date of this Version

3-1-1995

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Copyright 1995 IEEE. Reprinted from Proceedings of the National Forum on Military Telemedicine On-Line Today, 1995, March 1995, pages 21-28.
Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MTOL.1995.504523

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Abstract

The MediSim system extends virtual environments (both local and network) to represent simulated medical personnel interacting with simulated casualties. Our technology fosters dual-use applications involving planning, training, and evaluation of both medical corpsmen and civilian EMTs. Behaviors and behavioral control are being developed for the medical corpsmen that will enable their actions on the digital battlefield to conform to both military practice and medical protocols. From situationally-appropriate injury models, a set of physical and behavioral manifestations in a simulated casualty will be determined and portrayed on a three-dimensional body.

Keywords

injury models, medical procedures, computer simulation, virtual environments, physics-based modeling, medical decision support

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Date Posted: 18 July 2007

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