Data Compatibility to Enhance Sustainable Capabilities for Autonomous Analytics in IoT
AbstractThe collection of raw data is based on sensors embedded in devices or the environment for real-time data extraction. Nowadays, the Internet of Things (IoT) environment is used to support autonomous data collection by reducing human involvement. It is hard to analyze such data, especially when working with the sensors in a real-time environment. On using data analytics in IoT with the help of RDF, many issues can be resolved. Resultant data will have a better chance of quality analytics by reforming data into the semantical annotation. Industrial correspondence through data will be improved by the induction of semantics at large due to efficient data capturing, whereas one popular medium of sensors’ data storage is Relational Database (RDB). This study provides a complete automated mechanism to transform from loosely structured data stored in RDB into RDF. These data are obtained from sensors in semantically annotated RDF stores. The given study comprises methodology for improving compatibility by introducing bidirectional transformation between classical DB and RDF data stores to enhance the sustainable capabilities of IoT systems for autonomous analytics. Two case studies, one on weather and another on heart-rate measurement collections through IoT sensors, are used to show the transformation process in operation. View Full-Text
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Razzaq Malik, K.; Habib, M.; Khalid, S.; Ullah, F.; Umar, M.; Sajjad, T.; Ahmad, A. Data Compatibility to Enhance Sustainable Capabilities for Autonomous Analytics in IoT. Sustainability 2017, 9, 877.
Razzaq Malik K, Habib M, Khalid S, Ullah F, Umar M, Sajjad T, Ahmad A. Data Compatibility to Enhance Sustainable Capabilities for Autonomous Analytics in IoT. Sustainability. 2017; 9(6):877.Chicago/Turabian Style
Razzaq Malik, Kaleem; Habib, Masood; Khalid, Shehzad; Ullah, Farhan; Umar, Muhammad; Sajjad, Taimur; Ahmad, Awais. 2017. "Data Compatibility to Enhance Sustainable Capabilities for Autonomous Analytics in IoT." Sustainability 9, no. 6: 877.
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