A Comparison of Message Brokers for Telerehabilitation Systems





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Actas de las XVI Jornadas de Ciencia e Ingeniería de Servicios (JCIS 2021)

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Providing telerehabilitation services entails a lot of challenges such as the variety of sensors to be used, the amount of data generated, oering real-time feedback to patients or the need of asynchronous communication. However, a typical Cloud Infrastructure would miss hard deadlines due latency on the network. Edge Computing plays a fundamental role in this scenario as it moves processing closer to the user, wiping out this delay while still needing to face the aforementioned challenges. Among the most well known patterns to be used for addressing such challenges we nd message brokers. Considering the relevance of message brokers as an alternative for the development of telerehabilitation systems, their selection becomes a critical issue. For this reason, in this paper we present a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the most well known message brokers considering both aspects.


Acerca de Gómez, Blas

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Edge Computing, Message Brokers, Qualitative Analysis, Quantitative Analysis, Telerehabilitation Systems
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