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Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies


Magdy Shayboub Ali [1]Khaled M. Fouad [2]Yasser Nada [2]

[1] Computer Science Department, Suez Canal University, Egypt; Applied Medical Sciences College, Taif University, Saudi Arabia; [2] Computer Science Department, Taif University, Saudi Arabia


Abstract

The purpose and the goal of the paper is using a semantic web and XML (the Extensible Markup Language) technologies for managing medical information during a diagnostic process is studied. Following a steady international move towards optimization of health care delivery, the latest development in information technology has drawn the health care industry decision makers’ attention. The introduction of proper information technology innovations within the health care processes should provide the necessary optimization. In this manner can be proposed an approach to manage medical data during the whole diagnostic process using the semantic Web and XML technologies. The purpose of the Semantic Web is to bring structure to the content of Web pages allowing software agents to carry out intelligent tasks for the user. This opens a new set of opportunities that can be utilized to improve health care management on a personal and health care provider level. The aim of this paper in progress is to identify the needs and match them to the services possible with the Semantic Web. In this paper, presented an ontology-based framework that successfully combines both Semantic Web and XML technologies to enable the integrated access  to biological data sources. The main goal is the seamless integration and application of these technologies in such a way that their deficiencies are over come and their utility maximized. 

Keywords: health care, semantic web, ontology, XML.



Citation: Ali, M. S., Fouad, K. M., & Nada, Y. (2013). Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies. Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences, Online(open-access), e23050404. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050404

Received: August 25, 2013

Published: August 30, 2013

Copyright: © 2013 Ali, M. S., Fouad, K. M., & Nada, Y. Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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Ali, M. S., Fouad, K. M., & Nada, Y. (2013). Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies. Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences, Online(open-access), e23050404. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050404

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Ali, Magdy Shayboub, Khaled M. Fouad, and Yasser Nada. “Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies.” Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences Online.open-access (2013): e23050404.

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Ali, Magdy Shayboub, Khaled M. Fouad, and Yasser Nada. “Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies.” Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences Online, no. open-access (August 30, 2013): e23050404. doi:10.7392/openaccess.23050404.

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Ali, M.S., Fouad, K.M. & Nada, Y., 2013. Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies. Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences, Online(open-access), p.e23050404.

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1. M. S. Ali, K. M. Fouad, Y. Nada, Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies, Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences Online, e23050404 (2013).

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1. Ali, M. S., Fouad, K. M. & Nada, Y. Health Care System Based On Semantic Web and XML Technologies. Open Science Repository Computer and Information Sciences Online, e23050404 (2013).


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