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Multi Agent Based Diabetes Diagnosing and Classification with the Aid of Hybrid Firefly-Neural Network

Kiran Tangod, Gururaj Kulkarni
2017 International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems  
A multi agent distributed data mining system for diagnosing diabetes and classification is proposed.  ...  Finally, updation agent is classifying the user symptoms and then evaluates the diabetes level with the help of hybrid firefly based neural network algorithm.  ...  [22] , has proposed HYDRA: a multi-agent hybrid diagnosis and monitoring architecture that is aimed at helping diabetic patients manage their illness.  ... 
doi:10.22266/ijies2017.0430.08 fatcat:yn4f5qhwyndxbdcg3vp6q3by3q

Leveraging Big Data Analytics in Healthcare Enhancement: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities [article]

Arshia Rehman, Saeeda Naz, Imran Razzak
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Researchers and clinicians are working to inhibit big data from having a positive impact on health in the future.  ...  Due to the sheer size and availability of healthcare data, big data analytics has revolutionized this industry and promises us a world of opportunities.  ...  It analyzed and mined medical data in real time. [34] implemented an architecture for neonatal ICU. It used data of EEG monitors, infusion pumps and cerebral oxygenation monitors.  ... 
arXiv:2004.09010v1 fatcat:ojysowdbdncsrdgpsvenksekyq

Big Data Application in Biomedical Research and Health Care: A Literature Review

Jake Luo, Min Wu, Deepika Gopukumar, Yiqing Zhao
2016 Biomedical Informatics Insights  
Imaging informatics is now more rapidly integrated with cloud platforms to share medical image data and workflows, and public health informatics leverages big data techniques for predicting and monitoring  ...  The application of big data in health care is a fast-growing field, with many new discoveries and methodologies published in the last five years.  ...  He et al. 67 provided a private cloud platform architecture for handling enormous data requests from health-care services.  ... 
doi:10.4137/bii.s31559 pmid:26843812 pmcid:PMC4720168 fatcat:stiplfqutjh65gpnlwmf7a2xkm

A Survey on Internet of Things Architectures

P.P. Ray
2016 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things  
While the Internet of Things is still seeking its own shape, its effects have already stared in making incredible strides as a universal solution media for the connected scenario.  ...  Internet of Things is a platform where every day devices become smarter, every day processing becomes intelligent, and every day communication becomes informative.  ...  assessment technique and diabetes management .  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.1-12-2016.151714 fatcat:j3bkbm27wvaljederetofsgc2m

A survey on Internet of Things architectures

P.P. Ray
2018 Journal of King Saud University: Computer and Information Sciences  
While the Internet of Things is still seeking its own shape, its effects have already stared in making incredible strides as a universal solution media for the connected scenario.  ...  Internet of Things is a platform where every day devices become smarter, every day processing becomes intelligent, and every day communication becomes informative.  ...  assessment technique and diabetes management .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jksuci.2016.10.003 fatcat:cwf3kjaddncupb5eqv7fr25y2a

A Survey on Wireless Body Area Networks for eHealthcare Systems in Residential Environments

Mohammad Ghamari, Balazs Janko, R. Sherratt, William Harwin, Robert Piechockic, Cinna Soltanpur
2016 Sensors  
Collected data are relayed using existing wireless communication protocols to a base station for additional processing.  ...  A typical health monitoring system consists of a network of wearable or implanted sensors that constantly monitor physiological parameters.  ...  smart hybrid sensor network for indoor monitoring using a multilayer femtocell {2013} [119] On-body Off-body Heart Rate, Body Positioning, Motion, sound WiFi, GPRS, PDA, Smartphone Proposes general rules  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16060831 pmid:27338377 pmcid:PMC4934257 fatcat:kvoxnitzgje7vijnedco2znkda

Context-Awareness for Mobile Sensing: A Survey and Future Directions

Ozgur Yurur, Chi Harold Liu, Zhengguo Sheng, Victor C. M. Leung, Wilfrido Moreno, Kin K. Leung
2016 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The key idea behind context-aware applications is to encourage users to collect, analyze and share local sensory knowledge in the purpose for a large scale community use by creating a smart network.  ...  Thus, it becomes critically important to study how the drawbacks can be elaborated and resolved, and at the same time better understand the opportunities for the research community to contribute to the  ...  diagnosis/treatments, to the creation of smart spaces for individual behavior modeling.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2014.2381246 fatcat:tzbqt6k23va3tltwxwg5jgvel4

Nanostructured Biosilica of Diatoms: From Water World to Biomedical Applications

Chiara Tramontano, Giovanna Chianese, Monica Terracciano, Luca de Stefano, Ilaria Rea
2020 Applied Sciences  
The porous ultrastructure of the frustules displays a large surface area available for coating with various biomolecules through different functionalization methods.  ...  Frustules harvested from aquatic ecosystems or diatomaceous fossil sediments represent an excellent cost-effective source of biosilica for a broad range of biomedical applications.  ...  [97] monitored the effect of diatomite nanoparticles on Hydra morphology, population growth rate, and cell apoptosis.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10196811 fatcat:hocgvvx22vgc7jjs5qoldd3wde

4 Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography [chapter]

Justis P. Ehlers, Thuy K. Le
2020 The Retina Illustrated  
These factors lead to a steep learning curve, even for those with a working understanding dye-based ocular angiography. All for a method of imaging that is a little more than 10 years old.  ...  of the imaging and applicable pathophysiology of the retina and choroid, and the requirement for understanding the origins of image artifacts.  ...  the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of MNV, it is a powerful tool for the monitoring and follow-up of MNV.  ... 
doi:10.1055/b-0040-174189 fatcat:gslhnt5p5vgqvdm5hxncfkw2ee

Big data in healthcare: management, analysis and future prospects

Sabyasachi Dash, Sushil Kumar Shakyawar, Mohit Sharma, Sandeep Kaushik
2019 Journal of Big Data  
It has become a topic of special interest for the past two decades because of a great potential that is hidden in it.  ...  In the healthcare industry, various sources for big data include hospital records, medical records of patients, results of medical examinations, and devices that are a part of internet of things.  ...  Hydra uses the Hadoop-distributed computing framework for processing large peptide and spectra databases for proteomics datasets.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40537-019-0217-0 fatcat:6yb7kk5ervaqhjt6lhe3utkivq

DD(35)E [chapter]

2008 Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Informatics  
A fluorescent marker that binds only double-stranded DNA and only then emits the signal monitors the hybrid DNA.  ...  Diacylglycerophosphate Diagnosis: To determine the nature and cause of a disease. Computational diagnosis is based on comparative genomic hybridization by using biomarkers and bioinformatics.  ...  ., schizophrenia, diabetes, heart diseases, cancer and a large number of diverse metabolic anomalies may be involved that are hard to clinically decipher and prescribe drugs for in an unambiguously helpful  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6754-9_4176 fatcat:zbpaeesjzrbp7lcezj6jyw36b4

Dowex Resins [chapter]

2008 Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Informatics  
A fluorescent marker that binds only double-stranded DNA and only then emits the signal monitors the hybrid DNA.  ...  Diacylglycerophosphate Diagnosis: To determine the nature and cause of a disease. Computational diagnosis is based on comparative genomic hybridization by using biomarkers and bioinformatics.  ...  ., schizophrenia, diabetes, heart diseases, cancer and a large number of diverse metabolic anomalies may be involved that are hard to clinically decipher and prescribe drugs for in an unambiguously helpful  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6754-9_4859 fatcat:k32r3jc5pjaepcdaom2pgn5iue

Poster Session 2, Monday 27 September

2010 European Journal of Neurology  
Methods: We used SmartCage, a homecage behaviour monitoring system (developed by AfaSci), composed of infrared (IR) matrices for position and locomotion detection, floor-sensor for wake/sleep monitoring  ...  Conclusions: Diabetes is a major risk factor for stroke and is associated with an increase in overall stroke mortality. The etiology of stroke in diabetics frequently is microvascular disease.  ...  Conclusions: So Fabry's disease is a "hydra with many faces".  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-1331.2010.03233.x fatcat:lsellp2xyvc77c7gr7qbzu6coi

Abstracts Of The 16 Th International Conference On Electrical Bio-Impedance And 17 Th International Conference On Electrical Impedance Tomography [article]

Stig Ollmar, Farhad Abtahi, Björn-Erik Erlandsson, Birgitta Janerot-Sjöberg, Kaj Lindecrantz, Mannan Mridha, Ingrid Nicander, Fernand Seoane, Heikki Teriö
2016 Zenodo  
Though the polysomnography is a current gold standard to for its diagnosis, there exist unmet clinical needs for a portable sleep apnea monitor for home use.  ...  the potential for clinical diagnosis and real-time monitoring of acute cerebral ischemia, and can effectively distinguish different severity of cerebral ischemia.  ...  It is a hybrid screening instrument that combines impedance with MEA-like extracellular field potential (EFP) recordings (2, 3) . It can be either used in an incubator or directly on a lab bench.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.55753 fatcat:fh3blon7kfhonbepjfllnwqjbq

The 35th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association for the Study of Taste and Smell (JASTS XXXV)

2002 Chemical Senses  
For only one taste solution, they recognized level 5 solution or did not recognize it. The most commonly disordered taste was sourness, followed by sweetness, saltiness and bitterness, in this order.  ...  A new stick-type odor identification test has been developed in Japan. Thirteen odors familiar to Japanese people are used in the 'odor stick identification test'.  ...  We suggest that the TIMP-1 level in whole saliva is connected with taste disorder and may offer a useful method for diagnosis of this condition.  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/27.2.159 fatcat:uk6tjcbow5dz5p3z2u5kych5ie
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