Design of software system architecture for medical-biological objects digital twins creating


  • Vladyslav Peschanskii
  • Yevgeniya Sulema



software system architecture, digital twins, medical software.


The paper introduces an innovative and universal object-oriented architecture specifically tailored for the creation of digital twins pertaining to medico-biological en-tities, with otolaryngology serving as the primary exemplar. The very essence of this architecture is its profound utilization of polymorphism. By capitalizing on this tech-nique, the architecture offers a substantial reduction in the workload and complexity software developers might face when there's a necessity to adapt or modify the sys-tem for alternative medical specializations. The genesis of this architecture stems from a recognized need to establish a more modular and adaptable framework that can cater to the rapidly evolving land-scape of medical technology and digital twinning. As the medical realm continues to burgeon, having such a flexible and scalable software blueprint becomes paramount, especially when aiming to maintain relevance and efficacy in diverse medical sectors. The paper offers a comprehensive breakdown of the various component groups that constitute the system. Each group is dissected to provide clarity on its function, importance, and integration with the broader system. This hierarchical and systematic representation ensures that software developers, medical researchers, and other stakeholders have a clear roadmap when engaging with the architecture. In summation, this research stands as a pivotal contribution to the intersection of medical technology and software development. By providing a robust and adapt-able architectural blueprint for digital twinning in the medico-biological domain, it paves the way for future innovations and ensures that the medical community can harness the power of digital replication with increased accuracy, efficiency, and ver-satility.


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