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-The concept of surgical process models (SPM), we introduced about 15 years ago, is now emerging as a key element of the operating room of the future, assuming that an optimal surgical support system needs to be adapted to the different surgical times with an explicit understanding of the surgical process (named situation awareness). Surgical process models are descriptions of the surgical or interventional procedure formalized and represented into structured forms. Different granularity levels of the procedure may be studied from a high-level objective-based list of main surgical or interventional phases, to a list of the physical actions performed by the surgeons and recorded during surgery, to the spatial description of each physical gesture and tool. For example, a classical representation of the surgical actions performed during a surgical process consists in a sequential list of n-uplets describing each single surgical action by a verb, the operator performing the action, the surgical tool, the targeted anatomical, pathological and/or functional structure(s),​ the body part concerned by the performance of this action, the starting and ending times of the action, the needed information for performing this action, and some additional attributes characterizing the action. ​+The concept of surgical process models (SPM), we introduced about 20 years ago, is now emerging as a key element of the operating room of the future, assuming that an optimal surgical support system needs to be adapted to the different surgical times with an explicit understanding of the surgical process (named situation awareness). Surgical process models are descriptions of the surgical or interventional procedure formalized and represented into structured forms. Different granularity levels of the procedure may be studied from a high-level objective-based list of main surgical or interventional phases, to a list of the physical actions performed by the surgeons and recorded during surgery, to the spatial description of each physical gesture and tool. For example, a classical representation of the surgical actions performed during a surgical process consists in a sequential list of n-uplets describing each single surgical action by a verb, the operator performing the action, the surgical tool, the targeted anatomical, pathological and/or functional structure(s),​ the body part concerned by the performance of this action, the starting and ending times of the action, the needed information for performing this action, and some additional attributes characterizing the action. ​
  
  
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