Available under the GPL open-source license, the Optimus plugin was created to provide a testing environment for data-driven physics-based modeling (typically finite elements). While actually the plugin implements only stochastic methods based on Kalman filtering, its architecture allows for the implementation of generic prediction–correction schemes where the model is employed as a predictor and correction is performed using given observation data.
This work was performed within the scope of the HiPerNav European project. An documentation file is provided with the plugin.
- Estimation of boundary conditions for patient-specific liver simulation during augmented surgery
- Stochastic Correction of Boundary Conditions during Liver Surgery
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