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A. Vlachostergiou, G. Stratogiannis, G. Caridakis, G. Siolas, and Ph. Mylonas
User adaptive and context aware Smart Home using pervasive and semantic technologies
Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. 2016, Article ID 4789803, 20 pages, August 2016
ABSTRACT
Ubiquitous Computing is moving the Interaction away from the Human-Computer paradigm and towards the creation of Smart Environments that users and things, from the IoT perspective, interact. User modeling and adaptation is consistently present having the human user as a constant but pervasive interaction introduces the need for context incorporation towards context-aware smart environments. Current article discusses both aspects of the user modeling and adaptation as well as context awareness and incorporation into the Smart Home domain. Users are modeled as fuzzy personas and these models are semantically related. Context information is collected via sensors and correspond to various aspects of the pervasive interaction such as temperature and humidity, but also Smart City sensors and services. This context information enhances the Smart Home environment via the incorporation of user defined home rules. Semantic Web technologies support the knowledge representation of this ecosystem while the overall architecture has been experimentally verified using input from the SmartSantander Smart City and applying it to the SandS Smart Home within the FIRE and FIWARE frameworks.
31 August , 2016
A. Vlachostergiou, G. Stratogiannis, G. Caridakis, G. Siolas, and Ph. Mylonas, "User adaptive and context aware Smart Home using pervasive and semantic technologies", Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, vol. 2016, Article ID 4789803, 20 pages, August 2016
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