Special Issue "Trends and Advances in Ambient Intelligence for the Internet of Things"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019).
Interests: knowledge systems; rule-based systems; semantic web; ontologies; linked open data; intelligent multi-agent systems; ambient intelligence in sensor network environments; electric vehicles
Interests: knowledge representation; nonmonotonic reasoning; argumentation; semantic web; ambient intelligence
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Interests: artificial intelligence; automated planning; semantic web services; sensor networks; problem solving; knowledge representation; parallel systems and parallel search algorithms
Owing mainly to the recent advances in wireless communication and embedded computing technologies, billions of devices, from tiny wireless sensors to powerful data centre nodes, are now connected to each other over the Internet, forming what is known as the Internet of Things (IoT). At the same time, ambient intelligence (AmI), a new paradigm of human–computer interaction, powered by the developments in artificial intelligence, promises to transform our living environments into intelligent spaces that will support us in our everyday tasks and activities in an adaptive, seamless and unobtrusive fashion. Leveraging the enhanced connectivity of the Internet of Things and the growing capabilities of ambient intelligence technologies will lead to the development of a new generation of more advanced and larger-scale solutions for several application domains such as healthcare, education, culture, transportation, energy management, emergency services and others.
In order to maximize the benefits that the technology has to offer, one has to tailor ambient intelligence methodologies, systems and techniques in a way that realizes the notion of “from data to intelligent action”. Data from IoT sensors need to be analysed in an intelligent way, enabling reasoning about goals and actions to be efficiently communicated to the IoT actuators in a resilient and versatile scheme that realizes the smart environment vision.
The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest trends, research solutions, developments and applications that combine methods, techniques and technologies from the Internet of Things and ambient intelligence, demonstrating the potential of combining these two lines of research.
Prof. Dr. Nick Bassiliades
Prof. Dr. Antonis Bikakis
Prof. Dr. Dimitris Vrakas
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Internet of Things
Web of Things
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