IJMTES – PROMOTE TELEMEDICINE DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN WEB-BASED COMPUTING SERVICES

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : R.Boopathi | K.Balamurali  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 05 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 56-59

Abstract – In this paper, we have developed a telemedicine system that supports web telemedicine database services.  Web telemedicine database services are of central importance to distributed systems. However, the increasing complexity and the rapid growth of the real world healthcare challenging applications make it hard to induce the database administrative staff.. Our focus will be on database management  with application scenarios in  dynamic  telemedicine  systems  to  increase care admissions and decrease care difficulties such as  distance, travel,  and  time  limitations. We propose three-fold approach based on data fragmentation, database web sites clustering and intelligent data distribution.  This approach  reduces the  amount of  data  migrated between websites during applications’  execution; achieves  cost-effective communications  during applications’  processing and improves applications’ response time  and throughput. The proposed  approach  is  validated  internally  by measuring the impact  of using our  computing services’  techniques on  various  performance  features like communications  cost, response time,  and throughput. The external validation is achieved by comparing the performance of our approach to that of other techniques in the literature. The results show that our integrated approach significantly improves the performance of web database systems and outperforms its counterparts.

Keywords— Fragmentation Computing Service; Data Fragmentation; Intelligent Data Distribution 

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