Project Proposal Real-time Patient Data Monitoring System

Project Proposal Real-time Patient Data Monitoring System Project Outline A real- time patient monitoring system using sensor network is designed in this project. A system-level behavior description of the sensor networks object orientation system with PtolemyII and Matlab is modeled and simulated according to the methodology of the system- level modeling. Although this project is based on software part, the test results show that this real- time system is sensitive to the power waste and information time synchronous windows of sensor nodes, and validates the correctness and feasibility of the Ptolemy II embedded system-level design methodology to guide sensor networks system design. 

Background and Literature Review 

There has been huge number of hospitals using embedded based real team system to monitor patient health which is giving very effective results [1]. The patient health is continuously monitored by this system and the acquired data is transmitted to a control center from using wireless sensor networks. Therefore, wireless sensors and sensor network play an important role in this project due to it fast speed, miniature and low cost. Wireless sensor networks (WSN) is distributed sensor network, and its terminals are sensors that can detect the environmental change. Due to the sensors in WSN communicate using wireless methods, its networks are more flexible, moreover, it can connect with Internet to achieve a multi-hop AdHoc network [2]. The fast development of WSN benefits from micro-electro-mechanism system, system on chip, wireless communication and embedded technology. Nowadays, WSN is widely used in military, intelligent transportation, environmental monitoring and hospitals, etc. [3]. Actually, several literatures have achieved real- time patient monitoring system using different methods to help patients. For example, Rubina.a.shaikh, et al [4] developed Zigbee remote monitoring system. This system can be used to monitor parameters of patient continuously such as ECG, temp and heartbeat even if patients were far from hospitals. Moje.R.K, et al [5] designed a health monitoring system using Li-Fi technology to help patients who are in serious illness conditions. 

Although Li-Fi technology cost more power than Zigbee, it can update information more quickly and record data through the Internet for reference while consulting with patients. Another type of healthcare solution is provided by authors in paper [6] that combines mobile and IPv6 techniques in wireless sensor networks. In this system consists of low power embedded wearable sensor that collects health parameters and is connected to low power wireless personal area network, to the Machine2machine node for wireless transmission through internet or external IP enabled networks via M2M gateway. It helps in handling large amount of biomedical signals. Two wireless technologies are combined to provide continuous monitoring of the patient while he/she was moving. In this system author in [7] uses GPRS system for remote transfer of data and ZigBee for short range transfer of data. Goals and Project Deliverables The main aim of this system is monitoring data in real time from http://physionet.org/ .

The system can collect physical parameters continuously such as ECG, temperature, heartbeat, EEG, etc. The doctor would set threshold value of each parameters. If the real time data beyond the threshold, an alarm would alert automatically to remind doctors. This system provides a continuous health monitoring service. 

Methods 1. Equipment Because the time and equipment are limited, this project would focused on software part to build a real-time system, which is sensitive to the power waste and validates the correctness and feasibility assuming this system used in practice. Ptolemy II and Matlab are software tools will be used in this project. Ptolemy is developed by US Berkeley University. It provides a platform to study real time system modeling, simulating, and designing concurrent embedded systems. The basic design principle is divided heterogeneous system into mutli-level components and in the same level, the components is controlled by control center model. Moreover, each control center not only control its own data, but also communicate with other level components. Matlab development platform is easy to model the real time system and show the data effectively and clearly. The doctor can monitor real time data from Matlab platform to analyze more details of patients’ situation. 

2. Basic Design This system is divided into the objective module, the sensor module and real time system module to build and simulate. The objective module read medical data from http://physionet.org/ like EEG, heartbeat, temperature, ECG, etc. The sensor module can convert medical data to electrical data and transmit these to real time system module. Real time system module can receive signal from sensor module and show its changing gradients to doctors. Ptolemy can be used to design a low cost and real time embedded system of objective module and sensor module. Matlab is mainly use in real time system module. Step 1: Start the program Step 2: Enter the mode of operation. 

Step 3: Evaluate mode of operation with switch case. 

Step 4: Data collected and monitored.

 Step 5: Data converted to signal. 

Step 6: Signal transmitted. 

Step 7: Data base saved successfully. 

Step 8: Intimation to Doctor. 

Project Time-line The three milestones are planned same as the three sections in this project: objective module, sensor module and real time system module. The project process will be stick to the schedule which will be shown. The Gantt chart is shown the time line of this project. References [1] Embedded Systems Dell OEM Solutions | Dell. Content.dell.com (2011-01-04). Retrieved on 2013-02-06. [2] A Survey on Centralised and Distributed Clustering Routing Algorithms for WSNs (PDF). IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference. Glasgow, Scotland: IEEE. Spring 2015. [3] I. F. Akyildiz and I.H. Kasimoglu "Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks: Research Challenges", 2004 [4] b. sirisha, t.sraddha, k. vijayanand “Real-time multi-patient monitoring system using arm and wireless sensor network” International Journal of Communication Network Security, ISSN: 2231 – 1882, Volume-2, Issue-2, 2013 [5] R.K. Moje, Pawan More, Saurabh Soradge and Rahul Kakade “Design and Implementation of Real Time Embedded Health Monitoring System using Li-Fi technology” International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 4, April 2016 [6] Sang-Joong Jung, RistoMyllyl√§, and Wan-Young Chung” A Wireless Machine-to-Machine Healthcare Solution using Android Mobile Devices in Global Networks”. IEEE,2011. [7] Choonghee Lee, Chiyul Yoon, Hyoun-joongKon, HeeChanKim, and Youngwook Kim” Heart Rate Tracking Using a Doppler Radar With the Reassigned Joint Time-Frequency Transform” IEEE antennas and wireless propagation letters, vol. 10, 2011



Marginality



Marginality is such type of a concept that should be eliminated from the society and this can be only done if the people who feel that they are being marginalized change their perceptions and view things differently from a broader view point. In addition to this marginality can also be decreased if there emerges equality among different classes in a society and racism and segregation comes to an end.



Psychology Practice Quiz made for students
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Answers:
1. A person who scored highly on agreeableness would MOST likely:
 
have mostly positive emotions.
be very cooperative.
enjoy high levels of activity.
be very creative.
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2. A person who scores highly on emotional stability would MOST likely:
 
value achievement.
be very cooperative.
enjoy high levels of activity.
have mostly positive emotions.
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3. A person who scores high on extraversion would MOST likely:
 
have mostly positive emotions.
be very creative.
be very cooperative.
enjoy high levels of activity.
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4. Derrick loves social interaction. If Derrick takes a personality test he will likely score highly on:
 
emotional stability.
extraversion.
openness.
agreeableness.
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5. A person who is highly conscientious will MOST likely:
 
be very cooperative.
enjoy high levels of activity.
have mostly positive emotions.
value achievement.
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6. Sandy is described by her friends as being very spontaneous. A personality test is MOST likely to show Sandy scores:
 
low on conscientiousness.
high on emotional stability.
low on extraversion.
high on agreeableness.
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7. Fred's friends call him 'steady Freddy' because he is calm, predictable and happy. If Fred took a personality test he would likely score highly on:
 
openness.
agreeableness.
emotional stability.
conscientiousness.
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8. Mia is highly creative and always trying new things. If she was given a personality test Mia would likely score highly on:
 
extraversion.
agreeableness.
openness.
emotional stability.
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9. James is described by his family as reserved and shy. James would likely score:
 
high on agreeableness.
low on conscientiousness.
high on emotional stability.
low on extraversion.
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10. After years of study, researchers identified _____ personality factors.
 
four
six
seven
five
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11. Chantal has difficulty keeping a job because she is suspicious of others and uncooperative. If she was given a personality test she would score:
 
low on agreeableness.
high on extraversion.
low on emotional stability.
high on conscientiousness.
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12. Eden has spent her life as a volunteer and always gets along well with people she works with. If Eden took a personality test she would likely score highly on:
 
agreeableness.
conscientiousness.
extraversion.
emotional stability.
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13. Amy tends to act carefully and responsibly. If Amy takes a personality test she will likely score highly on:
 
extraversion.
emotional stability.
conscientiousness.
openness.
  Score: 1 of 1
14. Researchers believe that personality traits:
 
are on a continuum.
are mutually exclusive.
are not identifiable.
are dichotomous.

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Article Review ( Subject: Criminology)


                                              Corporate Crime and Wrongdoing

1: Gordon, Robert, and Ian T. Coneybeer. "Corporate Crime." Canadian Criminology; Perspectives on Crime and Criminality. 2nd edition, edited by Margaret A Jacksoon and Curt T. Griffiths, pp 399-423, © 1995 Harcourt Brace Canada

The article “Corporate Crime” states about nature and scope of corporate criminality in business corporations of Canada. Through this article, there has been revealed a brief interpretation of the business environments where the employees have been thoroughly affected by corporate criminality and their various consequences. Moreover the article also elaborates the attempt enacted by the Canadian government to fulfil the role of managers in these business corporations for controlling such corporate criminality. The article makes us aware of some key findings about corporate criminality in Canada. The first and foremost can be seen to be the fact that corporate criminality has been widespread in Canada under five distinctive sections like crime against national economy, against environment, against consumers of business, against mankind and most significantly against the employees of the business organizations (Gordon & Coneybeer 1995: 400). The effects of such crime is seen to be more alarming than the ordinary street crimes and hampers the national property and the Canadian natives concerned in business physically. The main essence of the corporate victimization is that they keep the consumers in a dark state from where there is less awareness being distributed about the illegal actions taken by these business organizations. Another important facet which Gordon and Coneybeer bring out is that these corporate crimes are done under the facade of unavoidable and unfortunate derivative of economic system. Another important findings of the article as Gordon and Coneybeer find out is the criminal transgression harming individual, society, economy and environment; therefore their inappropriate attitude is not justly represented by Canadian criminal law and the violators mainly deal with outside crime-judicial system. Through this article, the authors bring out poor enforcement of Canadian criminal law in terms of poor Government support for preventing such transgression, unfruitful investigation process through legislation. From the article Coneybeer and Gordon has depicted that Canadian government is a puppet in hands of corporate houses as they influence the investigation process, prosecution and denoting punishments to be imposed for offenders (Gordon & Coneybeer 1995: 419). An important facet which is represented by the author there lays a gap between state’s conjecture of illegality and sentiments of public. in identifying the cause of corporate criminality, the two authors have identified three dimensions to be inter-playing among the organization, individual and social aspects. Most importantly the article suggests that corporate crime is entangled by the personal desires and organizational objectives for benefitting a capitalist economic system in Canada.




Social media affects children in positive ways :)

        
Social media affects children by researching things on technology, finding out what is happening in the world, etc. Kids/children mostly play games on consoles, Ipad, Ipod, or a Pc. Well, these Ipads, Pc’s or Ipod were all made for studying or researching purposes. Spending time online on social networks is important for the younger generation to pick up on the necessary technical skills they will need to navigate their way through the future. It allows them to be competent citizens in a digital age where they can fully participate in the broader society and learn the social skills of that generation.

Further more, there are social media networks like Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Pinetrest, Google+, Myspace, Snapchat, etc. For instance, Facebook is a positive way for kids to hang out with their friends and chat to each other when they are far away from each other, posting pictures might make them laugh! Instagram and Snapchat can help other friends chat and comment to others pictures. The only difference in Snapchat is that you could send emojis, just like Whatsapp!

It makes kids more used to networking and researching than ever. It is easier for kids to make friends with people all over the world, most of whom they will never ever meet without these technological advances. I believe to make new friends, it is important to use the proper way of using technology.




Conception to Birth ( Sample Quiz ) Psychology



Answers:
1. The first two weeks after conception are referred to as the ______ phase of development.
 
zygote
fetal
embryonic
germinal
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2. The fetal phase is reached at _____ weeks after conception.
 
10
8
9
7
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3. About _____ million sperm cells are released in a typical ejaculation.
 
50 to 100
400 to 800
200 to 400
100 to 200
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4. At about four days after conception, the cell mass develops a hollow center and is called a:
 
fetus.
blastocyst.
embryo.
zygote.
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5. The developing organism is particularly vulnerable during the _____ because this is when the distinct organ systems are being formed.
 
the blastocyst phase
the fetal phase
the germinal phase
the embryonic phase
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6. A typical labor last about:
 
5 to 9 hours.
8 to 12 hours.
11 to 14 hours.
3 to 7 hours.
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7. A typical fetus will be _____ times larger at 38 weeks than it was at 9 weeks.
 
10
20
30
40
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8. At the beginning of the fetal phase of development, the fetus is about:
 
one inch long.
two inches long.
three inches long.
half an inch long.
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9. The cardiovascular system is functioning by the end of week:
 
10.
8.
6.
4.
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10. Ashley contracted rubella while she was pregnant. Her unborn child is most likely to be affected if it is in the _____ of development.
 
the embryonic phase
the germinal phase
the fetal phase
the blastocyst phase
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11. The outer mass surrounding the embryo becomes:
 
the spinal cord.
the brain.
the digestive system.
the placenta.
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12. What phase of development gets its name from the Greek word for “swelling”?
 
the embryonic phase.
the fetal phase.
the germinal phase.
the blastocyst phase.
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13. All organ systems except the sex organs are present, though not functional, at the beginning of the _____ phase of development.
 
fetal
germinal
zygote
embryonic
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14. The embryonic phase of development lasts from about _____ after conception.
 
weeks 3 through 8
weeks 1 through 7
weeks 5 through 11
weeks 4 through 9
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15. Each organ system begins to form during the _____ phase of development.
 
embryonic
fetal
germinal
zygote
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16. Birth typically occurs _____ weeks after conception.
 
38
40
42
36
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17. The germinal phase ends when:
 
the blastocyst consists of more than 4000 cells.
the blastocyst is formed.
the blastocyst exits the fallopian tubes.
the blastocyst attaches to the uterine wall.
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