Hi Michel

Mechanical constitutive laws perhaps? Many are likely to be able to be
simulated fast enough for interactivity, I'm guessing.  (I'm sure there
will be some other good suggestions.)


On 23/03/13 3:08 AM, "Audette, Michel A." <maude...@odu.edu> wrote:

>Dear members of the CellML community,
>I have a undergraduate student researcher who is interested in combining
>CellML models with SOFA-based interactive macroscopic visualization,
>possibly in conjunction with OpenCOR, and we are looking for suggestions
>on simple models that are conducive to such a visualization. In other
>words, a simple model that is compatible with integration with SOFA (e.g.
>derived from a SOFA Behavior model) through a series of baby steps.
>My student has an interest in cardiovascular applications, but if this
>area turns out to be too complex to couple with a macroscopic simulation,
>especially at interactive rates, we will certainly consider other areas.
>Can any of you, with broad knowledge of CellML models, make a suggestion?
>Thanks for your kind consideration. Best wishes,
>Michel Audette, Ph.D.
>Assistant Professor,
>Department of Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Engineering,
>Old Dominion University,
>Norfolk, VA.
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