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A Distributed Workflow Management System for Automated Medical Image Analysis and Logistics

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A Distributed Workflow Management System for Automated Medical Image Analysis and Logistics
Advances in medical image analysis have increased the need to integrate and deploy image analysis software in daily clinical routine and in epidemiological studies. We developed a Distributed Workflow Management System (DWMS) that supports a wide portfolio of image analyses in different CT and MRI application domains. The DWMS supports software components for image import/export, caching, processing and notification that are distributed on a heterogeneous grid of commodity computers. Communication between the components is performed by exchanging SOAP messages on request of standard compliant Web services. The workflows are executed fully automatically upon receipt of the medical images. After processing, the results are routed to a workstation for review and further analysis or to an image archive (PACS). A web-based monitor shows the status of running, pending and terminated workflows. The DWMS improves the interoperability between image acquisition devices, clinicians and researche...
Jeroen G. Snel, Sílvia Delgado Olabarriaga,
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CBMS
Authors Jeroen G. Snel, Sílvia Delgado Olabarriaga, Johan Alkemade, Hugo A. F. Gratama van Andel, Aart J. Nederveen, Charles B. L. M. Majoie, G. J. den Heeten, Marcel van Straten, Robert G. Belleman
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