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Presentation of the Adaptive Middleware Concepts of MORE with regard to Cardiac Health Care | Print |

Following the publication "An Adaptive Middleware Applied to the Ad-hoc Nature of Cardiac Health Care" the MORE Middelware was presented at the 1st International Workshop on Middleware for Embedded Peer-to-Peer Systems on 25th of July 2008 at the Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.

An Adaptive Middleware Applied to the Ad-hoc Nature of Cardiac Health Care

Abstract - Heart disease is the number one killer in the civilized world, accounting for around 1.9 million people every year in the EU, with the associated annual health costs of approximately EUR 105 billion. Important aspects of treating cardiac problems are monitoring and directing critical data to key individuals. The middleware proposed in this paper interacts with ECG sensors and provides a dynamic decision making framework for forming critical decisions when defined thresholds are exceeded. The middleware and its defined services target the embedded device domain which has an existing large scale deployment within the healthcare sector. The services help to ease development and address problems like dynamic grouping, load balancing and providing a uniform level of abstraction from the underlying network.

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1st Int. Workshop on Middleware for Embedded Peer-to-Peer Systems 2008, Dublin, Ireland.
 

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