From Cloud to Fog and IoT-Based Real-Time U-Healthcare Monitoring for Smart Homes and Hospitals

@article{Nandyala2016FromCT,
  title={From Cloud to Fog and IoT-Based Real-Time U-Healthcare Monitoring for Smart Homes and Hospitals},
  author={C. Nandyala and Haeng-Kon Kim},
  journal={International Journal of Smart Home},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={187-196}
}
Healthcare in the past, decision making was merely based on doctor’s personal experience, domain knowledge, patient's physical signs and symptoms and diagnostic laboratory reports. In contrast, devices or things and technologies came into existence playing significant role and helps doctors or physicians to add wisdom to their decision in healthcare monitoring. Cloud paradigm stands as the backbone for on-demand network use of a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks… Expand
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Bachelor degree from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India
  • Her research interests include IoT,
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