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Semantic Enablement in IoT Service Layers—Standard Progress and Challenges

IEEE Internet Computing, 2018

We believe that applying semantic technologies to IoT service layer platforms can improve data accessibility, data discoverability, and the ability to extract knowledge about the data. Therefore, this article shows how semantic technologies can be leveraged by IoT service layer platforms.


Using LOD and Fuzzy Ontology to Annotate Industrial Schemas

2018 International Conference on Smart Communications in Network Technologies (SaCoNeT), 2018

Human use texts, images, tables and schemas to present their data, which is difficult for the machine to understand. In the industrial domain, using schemas to present the information is more useful to describe the structure of the components and the mechanism of work. The semantic annotation technology aims at making data understandable by machines. The literature focused on annotating ...


Semantic Technologies and Text Analysis in Support of Scientific Knowledge Reuse

2017 IEEE 13th International Conference on e-Science (e-Science), 2017

Research objects act as a semantically rich container of all the information that lead to a scientific result, and have the potential to change how data intensive science shares and reuses methods, datasets and results. Despite a comprehensive set of vocabularies to describe semantically the aggregated resources, users often limit themselves to provide metadata at the container level, ignoring the ...


Semantics as the basis of truly cognitive computing

2017 IEEE 15th International Symposium on Applied Machine Intelligence and Informatics (SAMI), 2017

At the 2014 AAAI, Pat Langley, one of the founders of machine learning and, recently, of its detractors, publicly lamented the current abandonment of the "big issues" in AI. Indeed, from emulating human intelligence in the process of learning more about it, AI is often confused with non-intelligent emulation of human intelligent activities. Both in the States and Europe, cognitive ...


Semantic analysis of natural language software requirement

2016 Sixth International Conference on Innovative Computing Technology (INTECH), 2016

In the recent past, domain specific solutions for detailed semantic analysis have got acceptable by natural language processing community and use of applications involving natural language based user interface. Different approaches that has been previously used is focusing on quality of text and improving the text contents by adding semantic information with text then the existing approaches used for semantic ...


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  • Semantic Enablement in IoT Service Layers—Standard Progress and Challenges

    We believe that applying semantic technologies to IoT service layer platforms can improve data accessibility, data discoverability, and the ability to extract knowledge about the data. Therefore, this article shows how semantic technologies can be leveraged by IoT service layer platforms.

  • Using LOD and Fuzzy Ontology to Annotate Industrial Schemas

    Human use texts, images, tables and schemas to present their data, which is difficult for the machine to understand. In the industrial domain, using schemas to present the information is more useful to describe the structure of the components and the mechanism of work. The semantic annotation technology aims at making data understandable by machines. The literature focused on annotating all data types but not schemas. In this paper, we propose an automatic process to annotate industrial schemas, using both of a fuzzy ontology that describes vague knowledge in the industrial domain and Linked Open Data (LOD) as a semantic reference. The schemas have been represented in an XML file. We use the LOD and Bohring rules [1] to link XML elements with the fuzzy ontology elements. At the end, we represent the annotation in a classic/fuzzy RDF file, which is needed in industrial control systems and maintenance systems. An online environment is used to evaluate the file structure.

  • Semantic Technologies and Text Analysis in Support of Scientific Knowledge Reuse

    Research objects act as a semantically rich container of all the information that lead to a scientific result, and have the potential to change how data intensive science shares and reuses methods, datasets and results. Despite a comprehensive set of vocabularies to describe semantically the aggregated resources, users often limit themselves to provide metadata at the container level, ignoring the valuable information that the aggregated resources contain. In this poster we explore how the combination of semantic technologies and natural language processing can be used to enrich research objects with structured metadata aiming at enhancing their findability as a crucial aspect towards their reuse.

  • Semantics as the basis of truly cognitive computing

    At the 2014 AAAI, Pat Langley, one of the founders of machine learning and, recently, of its detractors, publicly lamented the current abandonment of the "big issues" in AI. Indeed, from emulating human intelligence in the process of learning more about it, AI is often confused with non-intelligent emulation of human intelligent activities. Both in the States and Europe, cognitive computing has emerged as attempts to equip the computer with some knowledge of the domain in which it operates. Cognitive robotics is one of the latest applications of this approach. What I am planning to discuss in the plenary is that our Ontological Semantic Technology offers a framework for capturing, structuring, and computerizing our entire knowledge of the world and anchoring natural language semantics in that knowledge.

  • Semantic analysis of natural language software requirement

    In the recent past, domain specific solutions for detailed semantic analysis have got acceptable by natural language processing community and use of applications involving natural language based user interface. Different approaches that has been previously used is focusing on quality of text and improving the text contents by adding semantic information with text then the existing approaches used for semantic analysis can provide better results. In this, an approach was presented to address the problem of non-availability of semantic information required for better semantic analysis. This problem is solved by using semantic technology to annotate text of software requirements expressed in a natural language with their domain specific semantics and investigate the effect of semantic analysis with attached semantics. The presented approach uses a semantic framework specifically designed for interpretation and detailed semantic analysis of natural language software requirement specifications. The used framework is based on semantic technology involves knowledge extracted from existing software requirement documents and knowledge extracted from existing applications. The presented approach shows that by adapting and combing existing ontologies to support knowledge management, developing system and performing experiments on requirement of real world software systems. In this approach start with software requirement specification, after this clean the irrelevant requirements, convert the cleaned requirements into graph that represents inter related different elements. Represent the requirement graph into sparse matrix, after these all steps; we generate ontology with the help of OntoGen tool.

  • E-patroller: A semantic technology-based public emergency monitoring system

    Monitoring public safety and emergency require equipment that detects the occurrence of emergencies immediately and creates an exact and detailed information about the situation and location of the emergency. Such tools may assist to alleviate desolation under harsh conditions related to natural or human-made disasters by quickly and semi-automatically identifying the type, extent location, intensity, and implications of the catastrophe. The research aimed to build a system, which can identify emergencies and unexpected disasters, based on social media search and semantic technologies.

  • Use color appearance model for video applications

    The paper considers the implementation of adaptive video communication systems. The analysis of the current state of models of color perception is presented on the basis of which conclusions are drawn and further ways of solving problems of correct color representation in adaptive systems are proposed. The results of using the mesopic and scotopic vision apparatus in the framework of one color perception model are presented. Recommendations for further modernization of the color perception model, as well as expansion of the functionality of adaptive video communication systems are given.

  • Increase the speed of detection and recognition of computer attacks in combined diagonalized neural networks

    In this paper, we propose a method increase the speed of detection and recognition of computer attacks using diagonalization matrices of synaptic connections in series-connected recirculating neural network and multilayer perceptron. It is established that the decrease in the number of weight of synaptic connections between neurons reduces the vulnerability of the combined neural networks of various computer attacks by about 10%. The main advantages of this approach is the ability of the combined diagonalized the neural network to reduce the time of adaptation to dynamic conditions and to increase the speed of its functioning in real time.

  • Conclusions

    This chapter contains sections titled:Fundamental TrendsDelivering ServicesSemantic TechnologiesUbiquity and PervasivenessCollaborating in an Open WorldThe Net as a Meeting PlaceSecurityICT Trends – Prediction and UseReferences

  • Web2Touch 2017: Semantic Technologies in Smart Information Sharing and Web Collaboration

    This report presents Web2Touch 2017, a Track at the 26th IEEE WETICE Conference. This year Web2Touch completed 10 editions focusing on scientific and practical works about semantic web as a support for collaborative platforms in their need for sharing knowledge. Web2Touch is an open forum for studies in multiple application domains including, for example, web science, health systems, collaborative learning, smart cooperative systems, and web collaboration and communication in general. Web2Touch 2017 includes five full papers and one short paper. The overall focus of the contributions is on the research of how semantics can improve information sharing, services, and collaboration on "the new web".



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