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Anatomicaly-based 3D models of the middle ear and the inner ear

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  1. Software


  1. Resource Description
    The OtoBiomechanics Group at Stanford is developing three-dimensional and multiscale bio-computational models of the middle ear and the inner ear and their applications to understanding disease processes and interventions. This project is a collection of code that simulates the biomechanics of the cochlea and the middle ear. At the core is FAST4. This is a program for calculating axisymmetric shells of revolution. FAST4 uses asymptotic methods for calculations, which are orders of magnitude faster than other methods including the finite element approach. The interface to FAST4 is built using MATLAB or Mathematica.
  2. Contact
    Puria, Sunil
  3. Used by
    Stanford University
  4. Operating System
    Microsoft Windows
  5. Website(s)
  6. Coded in
    MATLAB language
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