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Title:      AN ONTOLOGY-ENHANCED SOA-BASED HOME INTEGRATION PLATFORM FOR THE WELL-BEING OF INHABITANTS
Author(s):      Yohanes Baptista Dafferianto Trinugroho, Frank Reichert, Rune Fensli
ISBN:      978-972-8939-70-0
Editors:      M├írio Macedo
Year:      2012
Edition:      Single
Keywords:      eHealth, smart home, SOA, Web Services, integration platform, ontology
Type:      Short Paper
First Page:      159
Last Page:      164
Language:      English
Cover:      cover          
Full Contents:      click to dowload Download
Paper Abstract:      Smart homes are expected to provide better services to inhabitants, supporting independence especially to elderly people in living their lives. Home automation system plays an important role in supporting the well-being of inhabitants, reducing necessary human interventions in achieving different tasks. Sensors, actuators, and various devices are required to be installed in smart homes to provision context-aware services. This paper presents a home integration platform architecture based on Service-Oriented Architecture paradigm that can be used to integrate the functionalities of different devices. A proposed ontology to enhance the automated reasoning process is also presented, and several example scenarios related to safety and security at home utilising the Semantic Web Rule Language rules are described as well.
   

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