Victor Suciu

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Big data storage and processing are considered as one of the main applications for cloud computing systems. Furthermore, the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm has advanced the research on Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and enabled novel tele-monitoring architectures for E-Health applications. However, there is a need for(More)
Cloud-based applications that depend on time-critical data processing or network throughput require the capability of reconfiguring their infrastructure on demand as and when conditions change. Although the ability to apply quality of service constraints on the current Cloud offering is limited, there are ongoing efforts to change this. One such effort is(More)
Personalized Health Assistants have gained popularity over the last few years. Such technologies allow users to monitor their health information in real time and often integrate with their smart devices, especially smart phones. Augmented Quick Health (AQH) is such an intelligent health monitoring system, which uses multiple sensors to read heartbeat, body(More)