ROSA: Resource-Oriented Service Management Schemes for Web of Things in a Smart Home
AbstractA Pervasive-computing-enriched smart home environment, which contains many embedded and tiny intelligent devices and sensors coordinated by service management mechanisms, is capable of anticipating intentions of occupants and providing appropriate services accordingly. Although there are a wealth of research achievements in recent years, the degree of market acceptance is still low. The main reason is that most of the devices and services in such environments depend on particular platform or technology, making it hard to develop an application by composing the devices or services. Meanwhile, the concept of Web of Things (WoT) is becoming popular recently. Based on WoT, the developers can build applications based on popular web tools or technologies. Consequently, the objective of this paper is to propose a set of novel WoT-driven plug-and-play service management schemes for a smart home called Resource-Oriented Service Administration (ROSA). We have implemented an application prototype, and experiments are performed to show the effectiveness of the proposed approach. The results of this research can be a foundation for realizing the vision of “end user programmable smart environments”. View Full-Text
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Liao, C.-F.; Chen, P.-Y. ROSA: Resource-Oriented Service Management Schemes for Web of Things in a Smart Home. Sensors 2017, 17, 2159.
Liao C-F, Chen P-Y. ROSA: Resource-Oriented Service Management Schemes for Web of Things in a Smart Home. Sensors. 2017; 17(10):2159.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liao, Chun-Feng; Chen, Peng-Yu. 2017. "ROSA: Resource-Oriented Service Management Schemes for Web of Things in a Smart Home." Sensors 17, no. 10: 2159.
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