Test Bed of Semantic Interaction of Smart Objects in the Web of Things
AbstractSemantic interaction in the Internet of Things (IoT) is an important concept within current IoT development, given that smart things require further autonomy with greater processing, storage, and communication capacities. The problem is now becoming one of how to get these things to interact and collaborate with each other; to form intelligent environments amongst themselves and thus generate better services for users. This article explores a solution approach that consists in providing collaborative behavior to smart things, through the incorporation of an ontology and an architecture. It makes possible things that can communicate and collaborate with each other, allowing the generation of new services of interaction according to user needs. For this task, a real test bed of smart things was created, in which the proposed solution was deployed (Smart Room). Finally, it was concluded that the creation of these types of test bed is feasible, taking into account that response times and the information delivered by the different managed processes are acceptable. New challenges were encountered, however, such as problems of critical region in test beds with conflicting services and management of multiple users. View Full-Text
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Guerrero-Narváez, S.; Niño-Zambrano, M.-Á.; Riobamba-Calvache, D.-J.; Ramírez-González, G.-A. Test Bed of Semantic Interaction of Smart Objects in the Web of Things. Future Internet 2018, 10, 42.
Guerrero-Narváez S, Niño-Zambrano M-Á, Riobamba-Calvache D-J, Ramírez-González G-A. Test Bed of Semantic Interaction of Smart Objects in the Web of Things. Future Internet. 2018; 10(5):42.Chicago/Turabian Style
Guerrero-Narváez, Santiago; Niño-Zambrano, Miguel-Ángel; Riobamba-Calvache, Dalila-Jhoana; Ramírez-González, Gustavo-Adolfo. 2018. "Test Bed of Semantic Interaction of Smart Objects in the Web of Things." Future Internet 10, no. 5: 42.
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