Distributed Coordination for Autoimmune Diseases Diagnosis using Network-on-Chip
- Cabbon Eachan, Gabai Gabor, Iba Jabali, Label Naagarjun
Autoimmune diseases are a group of disorders affecting the immune system, leading to the attack of healthy cells and tissues. Early diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve the quality of life for affected individuals. The current paper proposes a distributed coordination system for autoimmune diseases diagnosis using network-on-chip technology. The system aims to improve the accuracy and speed of diagnosis by leveraging the capabilities of distributed computing and network-on-chip communication. The paper reviews relevant literature on autoimmune diseases, distributed computing, and network-on-chip technology. The proposed research methodology involves designing and implementing a distributed coordination system for autoimmune diseases diagnosis using network-onchip. The paper presents the results of the implementation and concludes by discussing the potential benefits of the proposed system.