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IMPRESSUM
MARVIN - The Medical Application Framework

MARVIN is a C++ application framework for rapid and simple development of medical applications. It fulfills both requirements: being a fast development tool for novel and elaborate algorithms and at the same time providing a reliable and accurate basis to conduct clinical studies. Its modular design allows acceleration in software development by reusability and sharing of source code within project groups. In addition, the MARVIN framework provides compatibility in data exchange between collaborating research groups by defining a simple data item structure. By using the MARVIN framework, software solutions of different projects achieve a consistent structure, which leads to simplified continuity of projects and preserves knowledge.

The MARVIN framework is based on various third party libraries, such as Qt, VTK, ITK, DCMTK, Coin and DevIL. It can therefore be used on a wide range of medical applications, including medical image analysis, diagnosis and planning tools, and complex surgical navigation applications. The framework supports various operating systems, such as Linux, MacOS X and Sun Solaris. Currently, MARVIN is also being ported to Windows XP.

For Co-Me researchers, the MARVIN core development team offers introduction workshops and provides developer support.

Further information can be found in the MARVIN flyer.

For questions and remarks, please contact: Jens Kowal, Marc Puls


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Last update 2012-12-05
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