Authors: Mohammed Hussein Shukur, Laith R. Fliah, Aram Mohammad Abdulqadir
Department of Computer Science, Cihan University – Erbil
Smartphones and wearable devices offer promising perspectives for processing and collecting velocity, variety, and high-quality data in healthcare scenarios. Collecting, investigating, analyze, and mining health data to generate individual and public health rules. These rules will measure and enhance the quality of everyday life. However current health systems are limited on their local data collection. As the current big data is so underutilized is because many challenges are existing. The aim of this study was to point the challenges of smartphone big data technologies and big data.
Keywords: component; Big Data; Smartphones; Internet of Things, Machinelearning; Healthcare.
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