A Dynamic MooM Dataset Processing Under TelMED Protocol Design for QoS Improvisation of Telemedicine Environment
Telemedicine research improves the connectivity of remote patients and doctors. Researchers are focused on data optimization and processing over a predefined channel of communication under a depictive low QoS. In this paper a consolidated representation of telemedicine infrastructure of modern topological arrangement is represented and validated. The infrastructure is aided with Multiple Objective Optimized Medical dataset (MooM) processing and a channel optimizing TelMED protocol designed exclusively for remote medicine dataset transmission and processing. The proposed infrastructure provides an application oriented approach towards Electronics health records (EHR) creation and updating over edge computation. The focus of this article is to achieve higher order of Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Data (QoD) compared to typical communication channels algorithms for processing of medical data sample. Typically the proposed technique results are achieved to discuss in MooM dataset processing and TelMED channel optimization sessions and a resulting improvement is discussed with a comparison of each MooM dataset in reverse processing towards server end of diagnosis and a consolidated QoS is retrieved for proposed infrastructure.
KeywordsTelemedicine Multi-dimensional data processing Optimization Medical data processing Remote diagnosis Medical dataset QoS
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