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A method to simulate suture threads for a microsurgical training simulator is presented. An integration method based on implicit integration is used in order to achieve the high stiffness of suture threads while still using a large time step for keeping the real-time capabilities of the simulation. A key feature of the presented method is the separation of the contact handling and the integration itself. This preserves the real time capability of the simulation even in complex situations that involve many self collisions (e. g. tying knots). The stability and realism of the model are demonstrated by simulating a reef knot, which is one way of tying and holding together two simulated threads. The methods have been developed in cooperation with the VRmagic GmbH in Mannheim.

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    Realtime Simulation of Stiff Threads Using Large Timesteps
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    The Eurographics Association
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    Postfach 8043, 38621 Goslar, Germany
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    2011
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    9 pages
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    Conference paper
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    Electronic Resource
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    English
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Realtime Simulation of Stiff Threads Using Large Timesteps
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XML3D Physics: Declarative Physics Simulation for the Web
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A Study On Perceptual Similarity of Human Motions
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73
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83
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93
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101
Introducing Congestion Avoidance into CUDA Based Crowd Simulation
Wockenfuss, Falco / Lürig, Christoph | 2011
111
Data-Driven Completion of Motion Capture Data
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119
Focused Ultrasound - Efficient GPU Simulation Methods for Therapy Planning
Georgii, Joachim / Dresky, Caroline von / Meier, Sebastian / Demedts, Daniel / Schumann, Christian / Preusser, Tobias | 2011
129
Generating Large-scale Details: Altering Soil Surface and Structure with Tracks
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Topological Operations for Geomorphological Evolution
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