Decision-makers and experts alike always struggle with the amount of interdisciplinary knowledge needed to understand the nuts and bolts of modern information societies and their relation to security, the implications of technological or political progress or the lack thereof. The authors provide details on innovative approaches to enabling the processing, combination, and analysis of relevant data in real-time. Computers are not 100% reliable. Between October and December 2008, more than 34 million fake drug pills were detected at customs control at the borders of the European Union. Currently, he is a visiting scientist at the Charite - Universitatsmedizin Berlin at the institute of pathology. This book shares the latest research results of applying in-memory data management to personalized medicine, changing it from computational possibility to clinical reality.
For the very first time, supply chain participants thus need to face the automatic exchange of event data with business partners. They can either be attacked directly, to disrupt their services, or they can be abused in clever ways to do the bidding of an attacker as a dysfunctional user. The book bridges the gap between medical experts, such as physicians, clinicians, and biological researchers, and technology experts, such as software developers, database specialists, and statisticians. For the very first time, supply chain participants thus need to face the automatic exchange of event data with business partners. An example that is used throughout this book is the European pharmaceutical supply chain, which faces the challenge that more and more counterfeit medicinal products are being introduced.
They are vulnerable to attackers. Beyond that, it shares insights on research prototypes for the analysis of patient cohorts, topology analysis of biological pathways, and combined search in structured and unstructured medical data, and outlines completely new processes that have now become possible due to interactive data analyses. If so, this book is for you. Category: Science Author : Damith C. To mitigate this problem and to enable more foresight, The Secure Information Society provides an interdisciplinary spotlight onto some new and unfolding aspects of the uneasy relationship between information technology and information society, to aid the dialogue not only in its current and ongoing struggle, but to anticipate the future in time and prepare perspectives for the challenges ahead. These are harder to understand and to categorize; their development is difficult to predict.
These fake drugs can put lives in danger as they were supposed to fight cancer, take effect as painkiller or antibiotics, among others. Topics covered in this book include - amongst others - modeling of genome data processing and analysis pipelines, high-throughput data processing, exchange of sensitive data and protection of intellectual property. This technology supports the flexible and extremely fast analysis of massive amounts of data, such as diagnoses, therapies, and human genome data. . There is a downside of this kind of progress, however.
The concepts described in this book can be adopted for supply chain management use cases other than track and trace, such as recall, supply chain optimization, or supply chain analytics. Since June 2012 he is principal investigator of in-memory technology for life sciences at the chair of Professor Plattner at the Hasso Plattner Institute. This holds in particular for new challenges to come. . . . .
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