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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Application Of Big Data & Iot On Personalized Healthcare Services

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Sashikala Parimi, Samyadip Chakraborty



Minimum Big Data, Internet of Things, mHealth, Supervised learning



These Information is very vital any organization and betterment as there would be developments which are dynamic. Health care organizations like any other sector produce huge data that has many advantages and challenges. In today’s dynamic and rapidly growing situations in all sectors including Health care Sector there is huge data. Every sector whether it is industry or academics there is lot of data which is generated for numerous purposes. In the current era of digitalization all the health records of the health care system are standardized. With this the medical history of the patients related to the past, present or future is used to capture, transmit, store and retrieve the data for the main purpose of providing health care and health related services. The merging of wireless communication, digital electronic devices and microelectronic mechanical systems technologies are developed which led to the evolution of Internet of Things(IoT). Computers, smart phones, tablets and Wi-Fi devices, sensors, wearable devices and house hold appliances are all items of IoT components



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