Letter to the Editor – Update from Ukraine: Development of the Cloud-based Platform for Patient-centered Telerehabilitation of Oncology Patients with Mathematical-related Modeling
Keywords:Combat stress disorder, Digital health, Discrete and non-smooth optimization, Hybrid e-rehabilitation, Oncology, Subgradiant algorithms, Telerehabilitation, Transdisciplinarity, Transdisciplinary research, Ukraine
This Letter to the Editor provides an update on the research from the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The Institute’s research team in collaboration with Ternopil National Medical University began a new project called “Development of the cloud-based platform for patient-centered telerehabilitation of oncology patients with mathematical-related modeling.” The project is dedicated to the development of a hybrid cloud-based platform, and the creation on its basis of information technology for the telemedicine rehabilitation of cancer patients, and adapted for patients with combat stress disorder. The distinctive features of the proposed technology are a combination of artificial intelligence methods with accurate mathematical methods for optimization: developing mathematical models of problems of discrete, and non-smooth optimization, subgradient space transformation algorithms (to minimize non-smooth functions with tens of thousands of variables), and a method of global equilibrium search, etc.
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