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Applications of Semantic Technologies in AmI 1.0

Peter Kostelník,, Tomas Sabol, Faculty of Economics, Marian Mach, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia:

Building and running AmI applications suffers from inflexible and/or difficult to achieve interoperability of basic technological elements. Semantic technologies represent a promising approach how to enable a flexible architectures providing wide range of interoperability (e.g. service-service, service-device,
service-goal, etc.). The focus of the presented paper is on incorporating these technologies into the model driven architecture approach to designing and running AmI applications. Employment of semantics is illustrated for design-time as well as run-time. Transition from physical to semantic devices enables developers to work on a higher level when designing applications. Enabling semantics in run-time provides possibility for flexible discovering and resolving.

The paper was presented at the Ambient Intelligence Forum 2008 conference, which was held in Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic on 15-17 October, 2008.
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