1st Edition

Innovative Smart Healthcare and Bio-Medical Systems
AI, Intelligent Computing and Connected Technologies

Edited By

Abdel-Badeeh Salem




ISBN 9780367490614
Published December 28, 2020 by CRC Press
258 Pages 80 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Advances in smart healthcare systems (SHS) and artificial intelligence (AI) domains highlight the need for ICT systems that aim not only to improve human quality of life but improve safety too. SHS bring together concepts and methodologies from various fields, such as communications and network systems, computer science, life sciences and healthcare. The well-known smart healthcare paradigms are; real-time monitoring devices, computer-aided surgery devices, telemedicine devices, population-based care devices, personalized medicine from a machine learning perspective, ubiquities intelligent computing, expert decision support systems, Health 2.0 and Internet of Things (IoT).

This book presents models for the deployment of intelligent computing, information, and networking technologies to aid in preventing disease, improving the quality of care and lowering overall cost. It also discusses the potential role of the AI paradigms, computational intelligence and machine learning techniques which are used in developing the SHS. It will provide examples of potential usage of such technology in smart healthcare and and bio-medical systems.

It will be an important read for researchers and professionals working in smart healthcare systems, as well as those working in the individual areas of networks, artificial intelligence and healthcare who want to see how an interdisciplinary approach can enhance the current technology.

Table of Contents

Contributors

1. Smart Software for Real- Time Image Analysis

Marius Popescu and Antoanela Naaji

2. A Best Practice for Establishing a Telemedicine Project

Dina Ziadlou, Seyed Mojtaba Mir Hosseini, Nasim Nasiri, and Amin Saberinia

3. Intelligent Algorithms for the Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease

Sarah A. Soliman, Rania R. Hussein, El- =Sayed A. El-Dahshan, and Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem

4. An Efficient Protein Structure Prediction Using Genetic Algorithm

Mohamad Yousef, Tamer Abdelkader, and Khaled El-Bahnasy

5. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Healthcare Services by Using the Method of Data Envelopment Analysis

Vitalina Babenko

6. Computer Simulation Study of Oscillation Mechanisms and Physical Properties of Nanosized Biostructures

P.J. Kervalishvili and T.N. Bzhalava

7. Adapting Smartphone-Based Applications for Performance Improvement Metrics’ Tracking in Healthcare Facilities as a Managerial Tool

Adriana Burlea-Schiopoiu and Koudoua Ferhati

8. Intelligent Approaches for Developing Knowledge-Based System for Diabetes Diet

Ibrahim M. Ahmed, Marco Alfonse, and Adbel-Badeeh M. Salem

9. An Approach for Designing of Domain Models in Smart Health Informatics Systems Considering Their Cognitive Characteristics

Olena Chebanyuk and Olexandr Palahin

10. Medical Images of Breast Tumors: Classification with Application of Hybrid CNN-FNN Network

Yuriy Zaychenko and Galib Hamidov

11. Artificial Intelligence-Empowered Mobile Healthcare: A Wireless Access Perspective

S. Lenty Stuwart and El-Sayed A. El-Dahshan

12. Computational Intelligence in the Identification of COVID- 19 Patients

Shaymaa Adnan Abdulrahman and Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem

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Biography

Prof. Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem is a full Professor of Computer Science since 1989 at Ain Shams University, Egypt. His research includes intelligent computing, biomedical informatics, big data analytics, intelligent education and smart learning systems, information mining, knowledge engineering and biometrics. He is founder of the Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering Research Labs, Ain Sham University, Cairo, Egypt & Chairman of Working Group on Bio-Medical Informatics, ISfTeH, Belgium. He is a member of the Editorial Board of 50 international and national journals, and has published 105 indexed papers.