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Practical Artificial Intelligence for Internet of Medical Things
Emerging Trends, Issues, and Challenges



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ISBN 9781032325279
February 6, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
376 Pages 133 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book covers the fundamentals, applications, algorithms, protocols, emerging trends, problems, and research findings in the field of AI and IoT in smart healthcare. It includes case studies, implementation and management of smart healthcare systems using AI. Chapters focus on AI applications in Internet of Healthcare Things, provide working examples on how different types of healthcare data can be used to develop models and predict diseases using machine learning and AI, with the real-world examples. This book is aimed at Researchers and graduate students in Computer Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Biomedical Engineering, and Bioinformatics.

Features:

  • Focus on the Internet of Healthcare Things and innovative solutions developed for use in the application of healthcare services
  • Discusses artificial intelligence applications, experiments, core concepts, and cutting-edge themes
  • Demonstrates new approaches to analyzing medical data and identifying ailments using AI to improve overall quality of life
  • Introduces fundamental concepts for designing the Internet of Healthcare Things solutions
  • Includes pertinent case studies and applications

This book is aimed at researchers and graduate students in Computer Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Biomedical Engineering, and Bioinformatics.

Table of Contents

1. IoT-based Telemedicine Network Design: Implementation of a Smart Health Monitoring System in COVID-19
Anirban Bhattacharyya, Pratik Chatterjee

2. Detection and Evaluation of Operational Limitations of Internet Infrastructure of Critical Systems Based on the Internet of Medical Things in Smart Homes
Enes Açıkgözoğlu and Ziya Dirlik

3. Fitness Dependent Optimizer for IoT Healthcare using Adapted Parameters: A Case Study Implementation
Aso M. Aladdin, Jaza M. Abdullah, Kazhan Othman Mohammed Salih, Tarik A. Rashid, Rafid Sagban, Abeer Alsaddon, Nebojsa Bacanin, Amit Chhabra, S.Vimal, Indradip Banerjee

4. Digital Disruption in The Indian Healthcare System
Sukanya Roy

5. Smart Health Care Monitoring System Using LoRaWAN IoT  and Machine Learning methods
Nagarjuna Telagam, Nehru Kandasamy, D.Ajitha

6. Light deep CNN approach for multi-label pathology classification using frontal chest x-ray
Souid Abdelbaki, Ben Othman Soufiene, Chinmay Chakraborty, Sakli Hedi

7. Trends in Malware Detection in IoHT using Deep Learning: A Review
Merve Varol Arisoy

8. IoT Based Wrist Attitude Sensor Data for Parkinson’s disease Assessment for Healthcare System
Amarendranath Choudhury, Sathish E, Dhilleshwara Rao Vana, L Ganesh Babu

9. Robotics and the Internet of Health Things to Improve Healthcare: especially during the COVID-19 pandemic
Leila Ennaceur , Ben Othman Soufiene, Chinmay Chakraborty, Sakli Hedi

10. Artificial intelligence at the service of the detection of covid-19
Rabiaa Tbibe, Ben Othman Soufiene, Chinmay Chakraborty, Sakli Hedi

11. Monitoring ECG Signals using E-Health Sensors and Filtering Methods for Noisy
Chokri Baccouch, Nizar Sakli, Ben Othman Soufiene, Chinmay Chakraborty, Sakli Hedi

12. Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Wearable ECG for Elderly Patients
Nizar Sakli, Chokri Baccouch, Ben Othman Soufiene, Chinmay Chakraborty, Sakli Hedi, Mustapha Najjari

13. Diagnosing of Disease Using Machine Learning in Internet of Healthcare Things
Abhinay Thakur, Ashish Kumar

14. Heart Attack Risk Predictor using Machine Learning & Proposed IoT based Smart Watch Drone Healthcare system
Arun Anoop M, Karthikeyan P

15. Thermal face image re-identification based on Variational Autoencoder, Cascade Object Detector using Lightweight architectures
Jafar Majidpour, Aram M. Ahmed, Bryar A. Hassan, Mohammed H. Abdalla, Shko M. Qader, Noor B. Tayfor, Tarik A. Rashid

16. IOT Based Label Distribution Learning Mechanism for Autism Spectrum Disorder for Healthcare Application
Anurag Shrivastava, Namita Rajput, P. Rajesh, S.R. Swarnalatha

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Biography

Ben Othman Soufiene is an Assistant Professor of computer science at the University of Gabes, Tunisia from 2016 to 2021. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from Manouba University in 2016 for his dissertation on "Secure data aggregation in wireless sensor networks. He also holds M.S. degrees from the Monastir University in 2012. His research interests focus on the Internet of Medical Things, Wireless Body Sensor Networks, Wireless Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data.

Chinmay Chakraborty is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, BIT Mesra, India, and a Post-doctoral fellow of Federal University of Piauí, Brazil. His primary areas of research include Wireless body area network, Internet of Medical Things, point-of-care diagnosis, mHealth/e-health, and medical imaging. Dr. Chakraborty is co-editing many books on Smart IoMT, Healthcare Technology and Sensor Data Analytics with CRC Press, IET, Pan Stanford and Springer. Dr. Chakraborty has published more than 150 papers at reputed international journals, conferences, book chapters, more than 30 books and more than 20 special issues. He received a Young Research Excellence Award, Global Peer Review Award, Young Faculty Award and Outstanding Researcher Award.

Faris A. Almalki is an assistant professor in wireless communications and drones at Computer Engineering Dep. at Taif University, a research fellow in the Dep. of Electronic and Computer Engineering at Brunel University London. He holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from Taif University, an MSc in Broadband and Mobile Communication Networks from Kent University and a PhD in Wireless Communication Networks from Brunel University London.  He is a Member of the IEEE Communication Society.