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Jayabharathi, S.; Appandairaj, A. (2015)
Publisher: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Journal: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Computer Science; Information Technology, Home based telemonitoring scenarios, web services, Tuberculosis, Data Management, Health care.
The Ontology define integration of architecture design with service based architecture and web services communication with other computing model to manage data in a home based online telemonitoring system. This describes in terms of two layers which form the scenario are conceptual layer and communication layer. The conceptual layer describes the ontology part where the data and communication layer defines web services provided by cloud. The flow of incoming data from various sources is the managed through ontology. This communication was done on online monitoring process. The data and communication layer works on restful service cross domain web client is suggested to enhance practical backup to the use of ontology. It will provide real implementation of the tasks it describes and provide a means of exchanging data. In this current study we embarked on the journey to find the system architecture and data management in TB (Tuberculosis) health management. Patients and Doctors are linked in this platform to monitor the patients routine intake of medicines and subsequently doctors will advise the patient through alert notifications.
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