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Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics 1997;3(1):1-12.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4258/jksmi.1997.3.1.1    Published online June 30, 1997.
Design of Collaborative Telemedicine Application System on Integrated Multimedia DooRae Framework
Seok Soo Kim, Gil Cheol Park, Dae Joon Hwang
Department of Information Engineering, Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea.

We propose the various Telemedicine applications on the DooRae (Distributed Object Oriented Multimedia Application Crafting Environment for Collaboration) framework(or platform). DooRae-Telemedicine supports the application development of the collaborative multimedia environment connected with the network(LAN, MAN, WAN) in the CBM(Computer based Multimedia) based. Also, it is not restrict on space between a doctor(s) and a patient(s) into cyberspace made by network. The kinds of Telemedicine in this paper have different distinction, and the development of these application system is possible on DooRae environment. DooRae-Telemedicine has a interaction, various communication type, a question and an answer, multi-session, application sharing and whiteboard which resembles chalkboard. Also, various supplementary functions such as video conference and voice conference for DooRae-telemedicine are what makes face-to-face medicine effective. Also it supports real or non-real type. The operating system developed on windows 95 and windows NT This research has been done creating multimedia-based telemedicine system for home PCs in network environment. Most of telemedicine used hardware and exclusive line of high cost as CATV broadcasting technique. But DooRae-telemedicine will contribute to change the Home-PC for better use of collaborations among doctor and patients through various modes o interactions in cyberspace.

Key Words: Telemedicine, Collaborative, CBM(Computer Based Multimedia)


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