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Title: Web-based multimedia collaboration system for medical images analysis and diagnosis
Authors: Chan, YL
Feng, D
Lim, YS
Keywords: Telemedicine
CSCW
JAVA
WWW
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Australian Computer Society
Source: Conferences in research and practice in information technology, May 2003, v. 22, p. 13-15 How to cite?
Journal: Conferences in research and practice in information technology 
Abstract: Development of Telemedicine technologies are generating great impact in the field of health care services to overcome geographical displacement economically and efficiently. Previous researches about collaborative telemedicine have introduced many concepts to generate fundamental groundwork such as providing concrete image display, identical information sharing and distributed data management. The efficiency and effectiveness of telemedicine according to collaborative group work and consultation are needed to be considered for maximizing use of the system. We proposed the web based multimedia collaboration system for medical image analysis, diagnosis and report according to the concept of CSCW. The web based system can provide easy access to the user using Internet and also operating system independent. The efficiency of collaboration and consultation could be increased by providing video and audio data that user could aware the presence of other participants. The system network structure is server supported peer-to-peer system for efficient transmission of video and audio simultaneously. Proposed system can effectively provides a tool for collaboration and discussion about medical images.
Description: 2002 Pan-Sydney Workshop on Visualisation (VIP'2002), Sydney, Australia, 2002
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/70176
ISBN: 1-920682-01-5
ISSN: 1445-1336
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