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Customized Disease-Driven Request Management in Uplink, Update and Synchronize System of e-Healthcare

U-Hou Choi, Jia-Li Ma, and Ming-Chui Dong
Dept. of ECE, FST, University of Macau, Macau S.A.R., China

Abstract—The embedded device based distributed e-home healthcare system brings lots of convenience for prevention and detection of Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) by means of on-site multi-vital-signs acquisition and local intelligent point-of-care diagnosis functionalities. Due to the intrinsic source restriction, a backyard remote Uplink, Update and Synchronize (UUS) system is imperative to manage the uplinked help requests from mobile devices and feedback promptly the update package. Processing thousands of concurrent requests is of most significant in the request handling system design. The existing request scheduling schemes are various but each has its own pros and cons. Through the further analysis of UUS and the study on different scheduling schemes, a novel dynamic request management system is proposed. The pioneer equation adapted in this system quantizes representative factors for request processing sequence evaluation which makes handling large quantity of concurrent requests in an effective and efficient manner possible.

Index Terms—cardiovascular diseases diagnosis, distributed e-home healthcare, server-client system, request management, request scheduling, dynamic priority

Cite: U-Hou Choi, Jia-Li Ma, and Ming-Chui Dong, "Customized Disease-Driven Request Management in Uplink, Update and Synchronize System of e-Healthcare," Journal of Life Sciences and Technologies, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 58-64, December 2015. doi: 10.18178/jolst.3.2.58-64

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