Simulations in biomedicine iv 5 it is a key requirement for the cco method that all physiological boundary conditions and constraints regarding pressures flows and the bifurcation law eq 1 can simultaneously be fulfilled by appropriate scaling of segment radii regardless of the particular geometrical and topological ie connective struc ture of a give n model tree schreiner . 190 simulations in biomedicine iv is assumed as the conventional continuum from the microscopic viewpoint this point of view is important in studying the mechanical stimuli to bone cells at the trabeculae but there is a big gap from the macroscopic con tinuum as the whole bone the lattice continuum is a gap fitting model that takes account of the trabecular architecture of cancellous bone . Simulations in biomedicine iv 241 can choose any of the options points axes profiles distances angles forces or stress and in each of these he can set specific details to be displayed simulation is probably the most important option in the application in this option the user is allowed to simulate any of the following operations of the hip. 254 simulations in biomedicine iv terminate at the average number of six clusters for all methods and for all parameters this finding indicates the capability of the algorithm to detect the correct number of clusters there is a vast body in literature concerning the comparison of clustering methods
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