Model-Driven Methodology for Rapid Deployment of Smart Spaces Based on Resource-Oriented Architectures
AbstractAdvances in electronics nowadays facilitate the design of smart spaces based on physical mash-ups of sensor and actuator devices. At the same time, software paradigms such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Web of Things (WoT) are motivating the creation of technology to support the development and deployment of web-enabled embedded sensor and actuator devices with two major objectives: (i) to integrate sensing and actuating functionalities into everyday objects, and (ii) to easily allow a diversity of devices to plug into the Internet. Currently, developers who are applying this Internet-oriented approach need to have solid understanding about specific platforms and web technologies. In order to alleviate this development process, this research proposes a Resource-Oriented and Ontology-Driven Development (ROOD) methodology based on the Model Driven Architecture (MDA). This methodology aims at enabling the development of smart spaces through a set of modeling tools and semantic technologies that support the definition of the smart space and the automatic generation of code at hardware level. ROOD feasibility is demonstrated by building an adaptive health monitoring service for a Smart Gym. View Full-Text
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Corredor, I.; Bernardos, A.M.; Iglesias, J.; Casar, J.R. Model-Driven Methodology for Rapid Deployment of Smart Spaces Based on Resource-Oriented Architectures. Sensors 2012, 12, 9286-9335.
Corredor I, Bernardos AM, Iglesias J, Casar JR. Model-Driven Methodology for Rapid Deployment of Smart Spaces Based on Resource-Oriented Architectures. Sensors. 2012; 12(7):9286-9335.Chicago/Turabian Style
Corredor, Iván; Bernardos, Ana M.; Iglesias, Josué; Casar, José R. 2012. "Model-Driven Methodology for Rapid Deployment of Smart Spaces Based on Resource-Oriented Architectures." Sensors 12, no. 7: 9286-9335.