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- Regarding Parmar's Methodology (Its patent application will be submitted soon.)
- Controlling Surgical Robot: 3D-CAD blueprint of a functional surgical robot, for 3D-printing, which will be remote-controlled by the hemodynamic software, Project nGene.org® (Its patent application will be submitted soon.)
- [Python & R: Independent Component Aanlysis (ICA)] for Wavelet Separation
The ICA algorithm had been demonstrated to separates mixed sounds from lung and heart sounds upon chest auscultation (Chien, 2006), and fetal and maternal heart sounds upon fetal auscultation (Porcaro, 2006). This infrastructural package includes a whole source code for this procedure where two randomly chosen real heart sounds from "Heart Sound & Murmur Library" webpage are mixed and then separated, accordingly:
- Controlling Echocardiography: Kernel-level device driver to communicate Philips Lumify by the hemodynamic software, Project nGene.org®
- Simulation for converging-diverging nozzle model: The hemodynamic software, Project nGene.org® will have been implemented to be a flexible simulator that can produce the similar results from official NASA rocket nozzle simulator, but is originally intended for the hemodynamic applications.
License Policy in the Long-Term Future
This software has not been designed as an end-product, but will be eventually implemented to be "an infrastructure" on which other people can write their own programming scripts. However, so far, its license policy to host and adopt a third party's published source code modification on Project nGene.org® has been rather limited, since Project nGene.org® has its own long-term milestones, and having manpower to handle and manage other works may increase inner-communication complexity and confusion. In the future, Project nGene.org® would be developed and determined to be ready to embrace the work of clinicians and engineers. Then, its policy will then be modified to more openly accommodate a third party's contribution.