Internet of Medical Imaging Things and Analytics in Support of Precision Medicine for Early Diagnostics of Thyroid Cancer

Authors

  • Plamenka Borovska Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: pborovska@tu-sofia.bg
  • Desislava Ivanova Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: d_ivanova@tu-sofia.bg
  • Ivo Draganov Faculty of Telecommunications Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: idraganov@tu-sofia.bg

Keywords:

Internet of medical imaging things and analytics, thyroid cancer diagnostics, ultrasound imaging

Abstract

In this paper the role of advanced information technologies such as Internet of medical imaging Things and analytics in support and promotion of precision medicine is revealed considering a case study of early thyroid cancer diagnostics. The concept of precision medicine is presented and analyzed from the point of view of computational science and the new paradigm for scientific research. The focus of the paper is on the intersection of Internet of medical imaging Things and analytics ecosystem and precision medicine. The computational flow of in silico knowledge data discovery is presented and analyzed and the beneficial outcomes for the case study of thyroid cancer diagnostics revealed. Finally, the architecture of experimental framework for in silico knowledge data discovery is proposed based on thyroid cancer imaging analytics.

ACM Computing Classification System (1998): I.2.1, J.3.

Author Biographies

Plamenka Borovska, Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: pborovska@tu-sofia.bg

Desislava Ivanova, Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: d_ivanova@tu-sofia.bg

Ivo Draganov, Faculty of Telecommunications Technical University of Sofia 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria e-mail: idraganov@tu-sofia.bg

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2018-12-01

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