Reusable, semantic, and context-aware micro-architecture: Approach to managing interoperability and dynamics in smart spaces

Susanna Pantsar-Syväniemi

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Abstract

The amount of shared information has increased a great deal in ubiquitous systems, where the previously isolated devices and appliances have become part of the system and are producing or consuming the information. The ubiquitous system, or the smart environment, lacks an approach that supports scalability and enables semantic interoperability. It is challenging to provide a dynamic behavior at the run time without human intervention. A number of dedicated solutions have been developed for the ubiquitous environment because of its complexity. The dedicated solutions are usually non reusable. An approach is needed that: - is reusable as such or partly, - provides the semantic interoperability, - enables dynamic and behavioral interoperability between the receiver and sender of the information at run time, and - is scalable by being modular, and decoupled. This work introduces a novel approach to managing interoperability and dynamics in smart spaces.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the open international M3 semantic interoperability workshop
PublisherTurku Centre for Computer Science
Pages121-126
ISBN (Print)978-952-12-2990-9
Publication statusPublished - 2013
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventOpen International M3 Semantic Interoperability Workshop - EIT ICT Labs Open Innovation House, Espoo, Finland
Duration: 12 Nov 2013 → …

Workshop

WorkshopOpen International M3 Semantic Interoperability Workshop
CountryFinland
CityEspoo
Period12/11/13 → …

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Keywords

  • Ontology
  • software architecture
  • embedded
  • ubiquitous system
  • design pattern

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Pantsar-Syväniemi, S. (2013). Reusable, semantic, and context-aware micro-architecture: Approach to managing interoperability and dynamics in smart spaces. In Proceedings of the open international M3 semantic interoperability workshop (pp. 121-126). Turku Centre for Computer Science.