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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 7, July 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Intelligent Behavior Of Fog Computing With IOT For Healthcare System

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Yogesh Kumar, Dr. Manish Mahajan

 

KEYWORDS

IOT, Fog computing, Fog-Iot, ECG, Healthcare, ICT

 

ABSTRACT

The period of the internet of things (IoT) its growing combination means that the systems are having huge quantities of statistics each second from millions of systems. The present method used to manage this information is a technology named as cloud computing. Though, due to its necessity of data centers, this can become infeasible for the handling of information from the internet of things due to space among these IOT keen items and the data center. Present growths in ICTs like in Internet-of-Things and Cyber-Physical Systems grow healthcare answers with brighter and forecast abilities together for home, office and also in hospitals. In the maximum of IoT-based healthcare organizations, particularly at smooth households or clinics, a linking opinion is required among sensor organization system and the Internet. The fog computing is attaining attention in the area of health care with the IOT. The goal of the research is to present skills called fog computing with IOT in the arena of healthcare. The author discussed a framework to improve fog performance via a collective rule amongst fog knots to attain the best load and job distribution. In the paper, fog computing is measured as an addition of the cloud computing to the verge of the system, which is an extremely virtualized stage of source pool that delivers calculation, storage, and networking facilities to adjacent end consumers.

 

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