[cellml-discussion] naive questions about modeling blood-brain barrier and its disruption

2012-08-15 Thread Audette, Michel A.
Dear CellML developers and users, I would like to write a white paper to the US Dept of Defense that describes how CellML might be combined with SOFA and OpenRave-based robotic therapy simulation, where in particular I would like to leverage your toolkit to model an increase of porosity of

Re: [cellml-discussion] naive questions about modeling blood-brain barrier and its disruption

2012-08-15 Thread David Nickerson
Hi Michel, Thanks for the enquiry. Just because this is a completely new type of application, to me at least, could you please provide a couple of pointers to some more information. A quick google shows http://openrave.org/ - is that the simulation tool that you are referring to? But I can't find

Re: [cellml-discussion] naive questions about modeling blood-brain barrier and its disruption

2012-08-15 Thread Audette, Michel A.
Hi David, thanks for your kind reply. The link for OpenRave is the correct one. The SOFA link is http://www.sofa-framework.org/ . What SOFA does well is provide a suitable architecture for interactive medical simulation at the organ level. Where CellML will complement it is modeling processes