New deliverable available: ‘Updated prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots’
Last November the BigMedilytics project published a report under the title Initial prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots, to present a first comparison between the different pilot developments within the project. A new document addresses an update of the specific components to create the BigMedilyticsBigMatrix, a mapping between the requirements and the technical components that will ensure that concepts presented in the pilots can be easily scaled and replicated in Europe.
Overall, the deliverable provides an overview of the different pilots according to natural language processing (NLP) and image analytics (IA), the usage of state-of-the-art machine learning (ML) algorithms for prediction scenarios, the integration of event detection components of healthcare-related real-time data streams, the processing of large structured and unstructured data sources, the multi-velocity processing of heterogeneous data streams, and the security and privacy of data access and processing.
In comparison to the previous document, the new deliverable (Updated prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots) presents a more fine-grained overview of the different software prototypes and different components. Moreover, it addresses challenges to overcome within the different pilots.
The document is part of the work package 1 within the BigMedilytics 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. The next step will be the final implementations based on pilot external validation.