An Automatic Health Monitoring System for Patients Suffering From Voice Complications in Smart Cities

@article{Ali2017AnAH,
  title={An Automatic Health Monitoring System for Patients Suffering From Voice Complications in Smart Cities},
  author={Zulfiqar Ali and Ghulam Muhammad and Mohammed F. Alhamid},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={3900-3908}
}
Current evolutions in the Internet of Things and cloud computing make it believable to build smart cities and homes. Smart cities provide smart technologies to residents for the improved and healthier life, where smart healthcare systems cannot be ignored due to rapidly growing elderly people around the world. Smart healthcare systems can be cost-effective and helpful in the optimal use of healthcare resources. The voice is a primary source of communication and any complication in the… CONTINUE READING

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