Data Models for Home Services

Vadym Kramar, Markku Korhonen, Yury Sergeev

Oulu University of Applied Sciences, School of Engineering Raahe, Finland
{vadym.kramar, markku.korhonen, yury.sergeev}@oamk.fi

PROCEEDING OF THE 13TH CONFERENCE OF FRUCT ASSOCIATION

An ultimate penetration of communication technologies allowing web access has enriched a conception of smart homes with new paradigms of home services. Modern home services range far beyond such notions as Home Automation or Use of Internet. The services expose their ubiquitous nature by being integrated into smart environments, and provisioned through a variety of end-user devices. Computational intelligence require a use of knowledge technologies, and within a given domain, such requirement as a compliance with modern web architecture is essential. This is where Semantic Web technologies excel. A given work presents an overview of important terms, vocabularies, and data models that may be utilised in data and knowledge engineering with respect to home services.

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