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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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A survey on large scale bio-medical data implementation methods

Author: PATHAPATI SAROJA, P. UDAYARAJU, B. SUREESHA
Abstract: In the ongoing years, the volume of data that exists on the planet has risen significantly. Biomedical data will be data that are recorded from a living being that is utilized to help analyzing and diagnosis of a specific disease. In the same way as other different sorts of data, the volume biomedical data has likewise ascended over the most recent few years. With the end goal to process this huge measure of data, conventional preparing systems are not satisfactory and here is big data for the most part manages the capacity and handling of expansive scale and complex structure data sets for which the customary techniques end up being unfit. In this paper, we examine a few methodologies in preparing extensive measure of biomedical data. This paper will likewise examine a few varieties of biomedical data and the test that are confronted when handling those biomedical data in expansive sizes and survey and talk about big data application in four noteworthy biomedical sub disciplines: bioinformatics, clinical informatics, public health informatics, imaging informatics. Survey the ongoing advancement and leaps forward of big data applications in these human services areas and condense the difficulties and holes to enhance and advance big data applications in social insurance.
Keyword: Big data, bioinformatics, medical imaging, cloud computing, biomedicine, data-driven application, health informatics, medical informatics, sensor informatics, social health.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.087
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