New deliverable available: ‘Final implementations of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots’
The BigMedilytics project has published a report that presents the final implementations of all the project pilots based on external validation. This document gathers information collected from the previous deliverables (“Initial prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots” and “Updated prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots”), as well as different interviews with people working on the technical aspects within the pilots.
The report is part of the work package 1 within the project, led by DFKI, whose goal is to oversee the transfer of mature Big Data technologies into the 12 BigMedilytics pilots that cover the areas with the main impact on the healthcare sector.
Under the title “Final implementations of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots”, this new document presents a high-level architecture of each system, including a brief description and the different relevant aspects of the pilots according to various big data topics. In comparison to previous documents of work package 1, information has been “compressed” for easier access and understanding. This compression is a necessary step towards the BigMedilytics Blueprint and the BigMedilyticsBigMatrix which will combine high-level, as well as, detailed information necessary to perform a better comparison among the manifold pilot solutions. The BigMedilyticsBigMatrix is the core output of WP1 and describes a mapping between the requirements and the technical components and ensures that presented concepts can be easily scaled and replicated in Europe.
If you wish to learn more about the overall objective of WP1, do not miss this video interview with Dr. Roland Roller, researcher and project manager in the speech and language technology group at DFKI.