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A Novel Approach for the Population and Adaptation of Ontology-Based User Profiles
User personalisation within context-aware applications has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. The use of ontologies enriched with semantics has enabled the creation of highly relevant user profiles, which have ...
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 ...
A Knowledge-driven Approach to Composite Activity Recognition in Smart Environments
Knowledge-driven activity recognition has recently attracted increasing attention but mainly focused on simple activities. This paper extends previous work to introduce a knowledge-driven approach to recognition of composite ...
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 ...