Effective E-Healthcare System: Cache Invalidation Mechanisms for Wireless Data Access in Mobile Cloud Computing

Effective E-Healthcare System: Cache Invalidation Mechanisms for Wireless Data Access in Mobile Cloud Computing

Harshit Sinha (Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India), Gaurav Raj (Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India), Tanupriya Choudhury (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) Dehradun, India) and Praveen Kumar (Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 18
DOI: 10.4018/IJBDAH.2018070102

Abstract

Focus of health care data research has shifted towards configuring and handling e-health information from heterogeneous e-health administration entities in a Content Distribution Network (CDN) for gaining e-health benefits which may be a testing errand. In recent trends, CDNis typically is used to reserve e-health networking substance as ongoing images captured in real time sequences and ongoing videos. In mobile cloud computing, due to patient's movement, it is required for medicinal services professionals to bring information of patient health with quick access of e-health data to make effective choices and select medication. Caching and its invalidation mechanism will provide the solutions in effective e-health data availability. A lot of caching methodologies are proposed, such as the Scalable Asynchronous Cache Consistency Scheme (SACCS) which has demonstrated more versatility over others. In this article, the authors recommend another reserve reinstatement algorithm with SACCS in consideration that is dependent upon rule-based Least Profit Value.
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2. Research Problem And Research Scope

Many web applications have been developed which provide the information of departments their location and their contact numbers, but these applications do not allow users to make a complaint Users usually have to go to the department, wait there, place complaints, and the complaint takes time to resolve.

Easy look up of department via location:

  • 1.

    Display interactive menu items;

  • 2.

    Online request for complaints;

  • 3.

    Online ticket generation;

  • 4.

    Reach to wide range of users;

  • 5.

    Prior knowledge of time to resolve helps prepare and provide better service;

  • 6.

    Keep the users and departments informed;

  • 7.

    By clicking on the form links, the new employee can fill in details more easily;

  • 8.

    More reliable online forms and easy to maintain.

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