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Goal Lifecycles and Ontological Models for Intention Based Assistive Living within Smart Environments
(Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 2015-01)
Current ambient assistive living solutions have adopted a traditional sensor-centric approach, involving data analysis and activity recognition to provide assistance to individuals. The reliance on sensors and activity ...
An Ontology Based Context Management System for Smart Environments
(XPS (Xpert Publishing Services), 2012-09)
This paper proposes an ontology-enabled system for context management for smart environments. Central to the system is ontological sensor modelling, which attaches metadata and meaning to sensor data, thus supporting data ...
Ontological Goal Modelling for Proactive Assistive Living in Smart Environments
Existing assistive living solutions have traditionally adopted a bottom-up approach involving sensor based monitoring, data analysis to activity recognition and assistance provisioning. This approach, however, suffers from ...
Requirements for the Deployment of Sensor Based Recognition Systems for Ambient Assistive Living
The deployment, replication and adaptation of sensor environments at various scales and for various purposes is one of the challenges academia as well as industry are faced with today. Individual user requirements, the ...
Automatic Summarization of Activities Depicted in Instructional Videos by Use of Speech Analysis
Existing activity recognition based assistive living solutions have adopted a relatively rigid approach to modelling activities. To address the deficiencies of such approaches, a goal-oriented solution has been proposed ...
A Generic Upper-Level Ontological Model for Context-aware Applications within Smart Environments
Context modeling has attracted increasing attention due to the prevalence of context-aware applications within smart environments. Whilst upper-level context ontologies exist for use within smart environments, none offer ...