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An Agent-mediated Ontology-based Approach for Composite Activity Recognition in Smart Homes
(JOURNAL OF UNIVERSAL COMPUTER SCIENCE, 2013-11-01)
Activity recognition enables ambient assisted living applications to provide activity-aware services to users in smart homes. Despite significant progress being made in activity recognition research, the focus has been on ...
Towards the Semantic Grid: Putting Knowledge to Work in Design Optimisation
(Technische Universität Graz, 2003-06-28)
Modern computational Problem Solving Environments (PSEs) become more and more complex and knowledge intensive in terms of their integrated toolsets, in particular for engineering design search and optimization. Whether ...
An Ontology-Based Hybrid Approach to Activity Modeling for Smart Homes
Activity models play a critical role for activity recognition and assistance in ambient assisted living. Existing approaches to activity modeling suffer from a number of problems, e.g., cold-start, model reusability, and ...
A Geospatial Semantic Enrichment and Query Service for Geotagged Photographs
With the increasing abundance of technologies and smart devices, equipped with a multitude of sensors for sensing the environment around them, information creation and consumption has now become effortless. This, in ...
Towards Knowledge Driven Decision Support for Personalized Home-based Self-management of Chronic Diseases
The use of ICT technologies to facilitate self-management for patients with chronic diseases attracts increasing attention in smart healthcare. Existing research has mainly focused on sensing and data processing technologies ...