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SMART: A tool for analyzing and reconciling schema matching networks

Quoc Viet Hung Nguyen, Thanh Tam Nguyen, Vinh Tuan Chau, Tri Kurniawan Wijaya, Zoltan Miklos, Karl Aberer, Avigdor Gal, Matthias Weidlich
2015 2015 IEEE 31st International Conference on Data Engineering  
To analyse and reconcile such matchings in schema networks, we present the Schema Matching Analyzer and Reconciliation Tool (SMART).  ...  In recent years, various tools for automatic pair-wise matching of schemas have been developed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The research received funding from the following projects: EU-FP7 NisB (grant no. 256955), EU-FP7 EINS (grant no. 288021) and EU-FP7 PlanetData (grant no. 257641).  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2015.7113408 dblp:conf/icde/HungTCWMAGW15 fatcat:orbexu4x3bdcdczmrtqvdrjvuu

A unifying flow to ease smart systems integration

Michele Lora, Sara Vinco, Franco Fummi
2016 2016 IEEE International High Level Design Validation and Test Workshop (HLDVT)  
This paper proposes a meet-in-the-middle approach for the modeling and simulation of heterogeneous systems.  ...  The advantage of the approach on system design and prototyping is particularly evident on any kind of highly heterogeneous systems, such as smart systems.  ...  and tools for their design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hldvt.2016.7748264 dblp:conf/hldvt/LoraVF16 fatcat:75nuu265qndojouexiuho2pp5e

Big? Smart? Clean? Messy? Data In The Humanities

Christof Schöch
2014 Zenodo  
What difference does it make to analyze the digital representation or version of a novel or a painting instead of the printed book, the manuscript, or the original painting?  ...  Indeed, the existence of all this data raises a host of questions, some of which I would like to address here. For example: What is the relation between the data we have and our objects of study?  ...  Big data needs to be analyzed with methods from statistics, such as cluster analysis or principal component analysis and many more, whereas smart data can be analyzed with specific tools allowing to take  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.8432 fatcat:z4ajh52bozfazjvgzyfpt6ieei

Semantic management of moving objects: A vision towards smart mobility

Sergio Ilarri, Dragan Stojanovic, Cyril Ray
2015 Expert systems with applications  
We propose a distributed framework for the semantic enrichment and management of mobility data and analyze the potential deployment and exploitation of such a framework. ⇑  ...  This is an author-deposited version published in: Handle IDa b s t r a c t This position paper presents our vision for the semantic management of moving objects.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is partially supported by the CICYT project TIN2010-21387-C02, TIN2013-46238-C4-4-R, DGA-FSE, and the Semanti-cLBS Project -PHC Pavle Savic 2012-13.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2014.08.057 fatcat:bip2g2qfrjhxdcog5ofc7zczxa

MicroServices Suite for Smart City Applications

Claudio Badii, Pierfrancesco Bellini, Angelo Difino, Paolo Nesi, Gianni Pantaleo, Michela Paolucci
2019 Sensors  
In this paper, these aspects are reviewed, highlighting the requirements for smart city IoT applications and in particular, the ones that implement a set of specific MicroServices for IoT Applications  ...  Moreover; our experience has allowed us to implement a suite of MicroServices for Node-RED; which has allowed for the creation of a wide range of new IoT applications for smart cities that includes dashboards  ...  In Section 2, the requirements for a microservice-based programming solution for smart city applications are analyzed and reported.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19214798 pmid:31690012 pmcid:PMC6864587 fatcat:b5v4z537trgbfnvconqhsl7ogy

Producing Linked Data for Smart Cities: The Case of Catania

Sergio Consoli, Valentina Presutti, Diego Reforgiato Recupero, Andrea G. Nuzzolese, Silvio Peroni, Misael Mongiovi', Aldo Gangemi
2017 Big Data Research  
Semantic Web technologies and in particular Linked Open Data provide a means for sharing knowledge about cities as physical, social, and technical systems, so enabling the development of smart city applications  ...  routes; (iii) methods, procedures and tools for ensuring semantic interoperability during the transformation process; (iv) the design of two smart city applications based on Linked Data.  ...  Initially the tool creates a D2RQ mapping file [10] by analyzing the schema of the existing database.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bdr.2016.10.001 fatcat:dmbv3gtsjzdxtpqdo4bwqypgsm

A Smart City Data Model based on Semantics Best Practice and Principles

Sergio Consoli, Misael Mongiovic, Andrea G. Nuzzolese, Silvio Peroni, Valentina Presutti, Diego Reforgiato Recupero, Daria Spampinato
2015 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '15 Companion  
A good data model for smart cities has to be able to describe and integrate data from multiple domains, such as geographic information, public transportation, road maintenance, waste collection, and urban  ...  The ultimate goal is to boost the metropolis towards the route of a modern smart city and improve urban life.  ...  Initially the tool creates a D2RQ mapping file [8] by analyzing the schema of the existing database.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2740908.2742133 dblp:conf/www/ConsoliMNPPRS15 fatcat:ech6pbbm5jfdjc66gpxqlgog3q

Km4City ontology building vs data harvesting and cleaning for smart-city services

Pierfrancesco Bellini, Monica Benigni, Riccardo Billero, Paolo Nesi, Nadia Rauch
2014 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
In most cases, they are not semantically interoperable and a huge human effort would be needed to create integrated ontologies and knowledge base for smart city.  ...  These data are mapped to a smart-city ontology, called KM4City (Knowledge Model for City), and stored into an RDF-Store where they are available for applications via SPARQL queries to provide new services  ...  Acknowledgment Sincere thanks to the public administrations that provided the huge data collected and to the Ministry to provide the funding for Sii-Mobility Smart City Project, a warm thanks to Lapo Bicchielli  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2014.10.023 fatcat:zdb7zcepjnbqfjugnfhqo553pi

Design recommendations for smart energy monitoring: A case study in Italy

Dario Bonino, Luigi De Russis
2015 Energy and Buildings  
In the era of green energy and smart grids, the ability to access energy information and effectively analyze such data to extract key performance indicators is a crucial factor for successful building  ...  To reach the ambitious goal of actually improving how buildings consume energy, four main challenges emerge from literature: (a) lack of skills and experience of energy managers, (b) complex and disparate  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the MSc student Matteo Paracchino for helping to design and carry the surveys, and for performing the first survey results analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2015.01.031 fatcat:3qcvpdohz5g5lbmnl4n5fdc3fi

Definition of an Ontology Matching Algorithm for Context Integration in Smart Cities

Lorena Otero-Cerdeira, Francisco Rodríguez-Martínez, Alma Gómez-Rodríguez
2014 Sensors  
were not specifically designed for smart cities.  ...  In this paper we describe a novel proposal in the field of smart cities: using an ontology matching algorithm to guarantee the automatic information exchange between the agents and the smart city.  ...  These classifications for ontology matching techniques are mostly derived from classifications previously made for schema matching approaches such as those by Rahm and Bernstein [29] or Do, Melnik and  ... 
doi:10.3390/s141223581 pmid:25494353 pmcid:PMC4299078 fatcat:x5gfqq763rc6bciklmrdcimajm

Verification-enabling interaction model for services in smart space: a TAIS case

Andrew Ponomarev, Vladimir Parfenov
2015 2015 17th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT)  
In this paper, an interaction model is proposed for Tourist assistant -TAIS, a smart space-based service-oriented mobile application that provides a tourist information about attractions around based on  ...  Smart spaces are used to build semantically enriched communication media for integration of different services.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The presented results are a part of the research carried out within the project funded by grants #13-07-00271, #14-07-00345 of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fruct.2015.7117988 dblp:conf/fruct/PonomarevP15 fatcat:rsdfqqpqsjhylo6edwj3mco2r4

An ontology matching approach for semantic modeling: A case study in smart cities

Youcef Djenouri, Hiba Belhadi, Karima Akli‐Astouati, Alberto Cano, Jerry Chun‐Wei Lin
2021 Computational intelligence  
This paper investigates the semantic modeling of smart cities and proposes two ontology matching frameworks, called Clustering for Ontology Matching-based Instances (COMI) and Pattern mining for Ontology  ...  The POMI method studies the correlations among the data properties and selects the most relevant properties for the ontology matching process.  ...  Tools Several works regarding review and analytics have been studied and analyzed for finding the ontology matching solutions that are discussed and studied here.  ... 
doi:10.1111/coin.12474 fatcat:7e37gchrhrhyffndpshodxwrca

IP-XACT for smart systems design: extensions for the integration of functional and extra-functional models

Sara Vinco, Michele Lora, Enrico Macii, Massimo Poncino
2016 2016 Forum on Specification and Design Languages (FDL)  
Any smart system can thus be modeled through a number of views, each focusing on a specific concern.  ...  Smart systems are miniaturized devices integrating computation, communication, sensing and actuation.  ...  As a first step, we analyzed the typical concerns of interest for the modeling and simulation of smart systems (1).  ... 
doi:10.1109/fdl.2016.7880379 dblp:conf/fdl/VincoLMP16 fatcat:tnhhsdq44bfc5caoh2tn7dor5i

Integrating IoT platforms using the INTER-IoT approach: A case study of the CasAware project

Gianfranco E. Modoni, Enrico G. Caldarola, Nicola Mincuzzi, Marco Sacco, Katarzyna Wasielewska, Paweł Szmeja, Maria Ganzha, Marcin Paprzycki, Wiesław Pawłowski
2020 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
Specifically, the INTER-IoT methodology and a set of software tools for achieving IoT interoperability are applied.  ...  A key feature, for successful realization of such a platform, is its capability to interoperate with other IoT platforms, which can augment CasAware with additional services.  ...  Acknowledgements The research reported in this paper has been partially funded by the European Union EU-H2020-ICT under the grant agreement No: 687283, INTER-IoT, and by Regione Lombardia Bando Linea RS  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-200578 fatcat:tebx6l3bwje6tpsh6spenge53u

A Systematic Content Review of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things Applications in Smart Home

Samad Sepasgozar, Reyhaneh Karimi, Leila Farahzadi, Farimah Moezzi, Sara Shirowzhan, Sanee M. Ebrahimzadeh, Felix Hui, Lu Aye
2020 Applied Sciences  
Because the technology has been advancing and users are experiencing IoT boom for smart built environment applications, especially smart homes and smart energy systems, it is necessary to identify the  ...  The presented systematic critical review focuses on systems developed and technologies used for smart homes.  ...  Nonlinear dynamic tools have been used to analyze the gathered data from the smart mouse.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10093074 fatcat:53obuaixbre45mi56jrdyoemoa
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