Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/287137
Title: Towards Designing and Developing Secured Protocol for M health Application in Body Area Networks
Researcher: Minimol V K
Guide(s): Shaji R S
Keywords: Engineering and Technology,Computer Science,Computer Science Interdisciplinary Applications
University: Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education
Completed Date: 20/07/2019
Abstract: ABSTRACT newline newline newline newline newlinequotMobile Healthquot or quotmHEALTHquot is the term used to refer health care services through mobile devices. It has been defined as an application that incorporate voice, text or image type data communication for health purposes between a central point and remote locations. This thesis is concerned with the application of technology in health care services. An analytical approach to enhance the health care service through technology has been developed in this thesis. The application is also termed as tele-health or e-Health that communicates health records over a mobile network and adds utility to the application. mHEALTH is a parasol term for countless emerging technology that leverage the reach and speed of mobile networks and mobile computing power in order to improve or widen the reach of health care delivery. newline newlineThe security of health data and their proper traand#64259;c through the network is the major issue in the case of mHEALTH. The thesis proposes a design using scheduling protocol based on queuing theory. Queuing model oand#64256;ers solutions to the problem areas. The emerging of queuing model and simulation technologies has seen a remarkable growth in recent years. The fruitful reason for the importance of simulation in queuing model is that many real-world problems in operations research are too complex to be given tractable mathematical formulations. In such situations, resources can be listed in a series in the hope that at least one will give an adaptable solution. The queuing theory can provide numerous solutions with simulations for many real world congestion problems. newline newlineThe major research domain of this thesis is mobile health and Wireless Body Area Networks. The sub domain is the issues related with the secured transfer of health signals. To narrow it down, the study focused on designing a scheduling protocol for health data transfer and its implementation procedures in public health sector. The study satisfied the following objectives. The first objective designs and analyses the eand#64259;ciency of Multi Sensor Ena
Pagination: 139
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/287137
Appears in Departments:Department of Computer Applications

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