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Semantic Interoperability of Ambient Intelligent Medical Devices and e-Health Systems

von Dr. Safdar Ali

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3.1 Evaluation Criteria

In this section, we define a set of evaluation criteria by analyzing and evaluating state-of-the-art architectures, and determine how our proposal ranks in comparison with these architectures. Most of the selected criteria can be found, implicitly or explicitly, throughout all the literature concerning ubiquitous and pervasive computing architectures. The examples of these criteria are decentralization, context-awareness, autonomy and/or standards adherence, while other criteria are more specific to our research goals, i.e. having reasoning capability (inferencing) on medical devices, and communication with other medical or mobile devices through Web Services technology. In the following sections, we have organized the criteria into three different categories, namely Architectural, Technological and Intelligence, depending on their nature.

Architectural

- Decentralization: At the core of any ubiquitous computing system, decentralization endorses a spontaneous and unanticipated nature, non-critical components in the architecture, ad-hoc reconfiguration according to the situation, and natural deployment of elements and scalability. However, the design and planning of decentralized systems is more difficult, as well as resulting in a higher load of network traffic due to synchronization and coordination messages.

- Lightness: The architectural elements and software components in particular should be designed in such a way that they could be easily embedded [in resource constrained systems, i.e. medical or mobile devices, as well as promote operational simplicity if possible.]

2.1 Evaluation criteria

In order to analyse and evaluate the state-of-the-art architectures as well as to determine how our proposal ranks, we need to define a set of evaluation criteria.

Most of the selected criteria can be found, implicitly or explicitly, throughout all the literature concerning ubiquitous and pervasive computing architectures: they represent core concepts and hot topics. Examples of these criteria are decentralisation, context-awareness, autonomy or standards adherence. Other criteria are more specific to our research goals such as reasonability or device implementation cost. However, the latter principles can also be easily found in similar related research.

We have organised the criteria into four different categories depending on their nature:

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Architectural

Decentralisation: at the heart of any Ubiquitous Computing system, decentralisation promotes an spontaneous and serendipitous nature, non-critical components in the architecture, dynamic reconfiguration according to every situation, natural deployment of elements and scalability, among others. However, the design and planning of decentralised systems is more difficult, as well as resulting in a higher load of network traffic due to synchronisation and coordination messages.

Lightness: architectural elements and software components in particular should be designed in such a way that they can be easily embeddable in resource-constrained platforms and devices, as well as promote operational simplicity if possible.

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