Cost-efficient service selection and execution and blockchain-enabled serverless network for internet of medical things

Abdullah Lakhan, Mazhar Ali Dootio, Ali Hassan Sodhro, Sandeep Pirbhulal, Tor Morten Groenli, Muhammad Saddam Khokhar, Lei Wang

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Abstract

These days, healthcare applications on the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) network have been growing to deal with different diseases via different sensors. These healthcare sensors are connecting to the various healthcare fog servers. The hospitals are geographically distributed and offer different services to the patients from any ubiquitous network. However, due to the full offloading of data to the insecure servers, two main challenges exist in the IoMT network. (i) Data security of workflows healthcare applications between different fog healthcare nodes. (ii) The cost-efficient and QoS efficient scheduling of healthcare applications in the IoMT system. This paper devises the Cost-Efficient Service Selection and Execution and Blockchain-Enabled Serverless Network for Internet of Medical Things system. The goal is to choose cost-efficient services and schedule all tasks based on their QoS and minimum execution cost. Simulation results show that the proposed outperform all existing schemes regarding data security, validation by 10%, and cost of application execution by 33% in IoMT.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7344-7362
Number of pages19
JournalMathematical Biosciences and Engineering
Volume18
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Swedish Standard Keywords

  • Computer Systems (20206)
  • Media and Communication Technology (10209)

Keywords

  • IoMT
  • cost-efficient scheduling
  • serverless
  • service selection
  • workflow

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