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  • %0 ART
  • %T A JXTA-based architecture for efficient and adaptive healthcare services
  • %A LIM Byongin
  • %A CHOI Keehyun
  • %A SHIN Dongryeol
  • %G 0302-9743
  • %G 3-540-24467-0
  • %I Springer
  • %C Berlin, ALLEMAGNE
  • %D 2005
  • %V 3391
  • %P 776-785
  • %P XVII, 936 p.
  • %P 10
  • %O Anglais
  • %K Remote sensing
  • %K Télédétection
  • %K Computer network
  • %K Réseau ordinateur
  • %K Resource sharing
  • %K Partage des ressources
  • %K Remote supervision
  • %K Télésurveillance
  • %K Relay
  • %K Relais
  • %K Personal digital assistant
  • %K Assistant numérique personnel
  • %K Subsystem
  • %K Sous système
  • %K Information exchange
  • %K Echange information
  • %K Information system
  • %K Système information
  • %K Information management
  • %K Gestion information
  • %K Emergency system
  • %K Système urgence
  • %K Monitoring
  • %K Monitorage
  • %K Telemedicine
  • %K Télémédecine
  • %K Telecommunication services
  • %K Service télécommunication
  • %K Communication technology
  • %K Technologie communication
  • %K Wireless telecommunication
  • %K Télécommunication sans fil
  • %K Peer to peer
  • %K Poste à poste
  • %X JXTA is a Peer-to-Peer application development infrastructure that enables developers to easily create service oriented software. This paper presents a low-cost, patient-friendly JXTA-based healthcare system, which is comprised of medical sensor modules in conjunction with wireless communication technology. In particular, the proposed system supports a wide range of services including mobile telemedicine, patient monitoring, emergency management and information sharing between patients and doctors or among the healthcare workers involved. For this purpose, the proposed system provides not only a systematic computing environment between the BAN (Body Area Network) and the subsystem within the hospital, but also participates in a JXTA network with the BAN's PDAs through peers called JXTA relays. Information within the hospital is shared under a P2P environment by means of JXTA grouping technology. The proposed system is shown to be adequate for a ubiquitous environment which offers effective service management as well as continuous, remote monitoring of the patient's status. 
  • %S Lecture notes in computer science

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