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Seamless Push service with flow control for embedded devices

2016 13th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC), 2016

Push Notification Service is an essential service in smart phone platforms to give real time updates to users from Content providers. W3C Push API has defined a seamless way to enable real time updates to web applications using the web Push API. Content providers have to closely monitor which platform they are using and which Push provider they are using. ...


A multiperspective web accessibility adoption model

2016 11th Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI), 2016

The Internet offers a set of information that is constantly growing in both size and complexity, becoming an indispensable tool to our daily-lifes. A particular group of Web users are those with some sort of disabilities or incapacities. These users need this technology to be adaptable to their incapacities and limitations, thus the need fo the entities behind their development ...


Textile-based wideband flexible wearable dielectric resonator antennas for WLAN-band

2016 17th International Symposium on Antenna Technology and Applied Electromagnetics (ANTEM), 2016

Flexible wideband dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) are designed using textile materials for wearable application at the wireless local area network (WLAN) band. The antennas are designed with different possible feeding technique e.g. coaxial probe feeding, and the aperture coupled method when feed transmission line is embroidered using conductive thread. Before using textile materials in antenna design, the material parameters are ...


Advances in Web of Things for IoT Interoperability

2018 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics-Taiwan (ICCE-TW), 2018

It is widely acknowledged that the current Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is highly fragmented. The Web of Things (WoT) aims to counter the fragmentation using the principles of Web, standardized metadata and APIs. This paper describes the recent advances in W3C WoT including its architecture and building blocks. We also highlight an experiment using WoT Thing Description that help ...


Ontology-based tourism recommendation system

2017 4th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Applications (ICIEA), 2017

Nowadays people love travel to escape the grind of regular daily life, for the sake of convenience to web information sourced on internet with most search engines, the journey tours are easily found, but the feedbacks are compared with the keyword you entered, not truly responded to your intention, therefore, diverse forms of feedbacks are not hit your target, followed ...


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  • Seamless Push service with flow control for embedded devices

    Push Notification Service is an essential service in smart phone platforms to give real time updates to users from Content providers. W3C Push API has defined a seamless way to enable real time updates to web applications using the web Push API. Content providers have to closely monitor which platform they are using and which Push provider they are using. An architecture that is agnostic to platforms and Push providers can open many features and services to users. In this paper, we present a platform independent architecture and methods to achieve Push message flow control suitable for embedded devices. Our architecture also gives a seamless flow continuity of Push messages for users. We present results of an experiment to measure the effectiveness of the system to perform flow control of the Push messages to ensure click rate of messages are increased.

  • A multiperspective web accessibility adoption model

    The Internet offers a set of information that is constantly growing in both size and complexity, becoming an indispensable tool to our daily-lifes. A particular group of Web users are those with some sort of disabilities or incapacities. These users need this technology to be adaptable to their incapacities and limitations, thus the need fo the entities behind their development assume the inherent responsabilities. This document serves as a summary of a research project aimed at studying the relation between the users needs and the perspectives on the topic presented by the companies behind Web content development, thus characterizing this reality and achieve future adjustments.

  • Textile-based wideband flexible wearable dielectric resonator antennas for WLAN-band

    Flexible wideband dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) are designed using textile materials for wearable application at the wireless local area network (WLAN) band. The antennas are designed with different possible feeding technique e.g. coaxial probe feeding, and the aperture coupled method when feed transmission line is embroidered using conductive thread. Before using textile materials in antenna design, the material parameters are extracted using resonance technique, which are validated with measurements. A solid ground (GND) plane is replaced with shielded fabric GND plane, for more flexibility. To counter the fabrication problems, a fabric (with dielectric constant close to air) covering the DRA and holding it to its accurate position, will be stitched around at the upper layer, that will resolve the possible DRA movement. The proposed DRA antennas provide more than 25 % matching bandwidth, 1-dB gain bandwidth of more than 20 % and the maximum radiation efficiency of 97 % (at 5.8 GHz).

  • Advances in Web of Things for IoT Interoperability

    It is widely acknowledged that the current Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is highly fragmented. The Web of Things (WoT) aims to counter the fragmentation using the principles of Web, standardized metadata and APIs. This paper describes the recent advances in W3C WoT including its architecture and building blocks. We also highlight an experiment using WoT Thing Description that help achieve interoperability between two IoT systems.

  • Ontology-based tourism recommendation system

    Nowadays people love travel to escape the grind of regular daily life, for the sake of convenience to web information sourced on internet with most search engines, the journey tours are easily found, but the feedbacks are compared with the keyword you entered, not truly responded to your intention, therefore, diverse forms of feedbacks are not hit your target, followed by an information filtering waste for a lot of time. To resolve this problem, our research applies to the Semantic Web Technology to establish a travel Ontology, integrated with SPARQL query language and Fuseki server, implements the tourism recommendation system to enable users to effectively acquire information and enjoy a joyful tour.

  • Validation of CIM datasets using SHACL

    In this paper, we analyze an application of the W3C's Shapes Constraint Language (SHACL) on the Common Information Model (CIM) for validation purposes. A mapping of CIM RDF Schema into SHACL shapes is defined and an SHACL implementation is made. The CGMES profiles and test configuration provided by ENTSO-E were used for evaluation. In an iterative validation process, required enhancements of CIM datasets were defined. A novel approach for validation of CIM datasets is proposed.

  • Identification of paths and parameters in RESTful URLs for the detection of web Attacks

    Attribute-specific models are quite effective in the detection of web attacks. Nevertheless, none of existing attribute-specific models can be applied directly to modern web applications, which are dominant today and which use RESTful URLs. The barrier is that paths and parameters are mixed in URLs so that detection systems cannot identify which programs and attributes are which. To remove this barrier, this paper is the first one dealing with the identification of paths and parameters in RESTful URLs. The problem is raised, then a simple yet effective method to solve the problem is proposed. We validate our method via experiments.

  • DQFIRD: Towards Data Quality-Based Filtering and Ranking of Datasets for Data Portals

    The Data on the Web Best Practices Working Group, as part of W3C Data Activity, is standardizing the Data Quality Vocabulary (DQV) for expressing data quality of datasets published on the Web. By exploiting such DQV-based quality metadata associated to the datasets in a data portal, data consumers can achieve data quality-based filtering and ranking of datasets on the portal's conventional search results to obtain desired datasets with high data-quality. Despite the significant progress in standardization, there is a lack of systematic research on approaches and tools for data quality-based filtering and ranking of Web published datasets. This paper therefore proposes a generic software framework for Data Quality-based Filtering and Ranking of Datasets (DQFIRD) in data portals. DQFIRD adopts faceted search (or faceted exploration) techniques to filter the search results of a data portal based on quality metadata about the resulting datasets, and then ranks the filtered datasets according to numeric values of quality measurements in the metadata. We designed the main algorithms of DQFIRD and implemented a prototype of DQFIRD using Java and Jena API. Furthermore, we used the prototype to conduct case study experiments and time efficiency test on the Faceted Taxonomy Materialization (FTM) algorithm, the most time-consuming online operation algorithm in DQFIRD. The results indicate that the proposed DQFIRD approach is implementable and effective, and it has low time complexity because the run- time of the FTM algorithm exhibits approximately a linear growth rate as the size of the relevant dataset quality metadata increases.

  • Introduction

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction to speech applications The MRCP value proposition History of MRCP standardisation Summary

  • A standard decision format using provenance

    Effective decision management is required to achieve a key goal of U.S. Military Strategy: Information Superiority. Effective management of decisions can be achieved by representing, measuring, tracking, storing and querying decisions using a standardized decision framework. The first step is to define a standardized format for representing decisions. In this paper, the authors suggest and explore the possibility that decisions can be considered the provenance of actions and, in that sense, can be represented using PROV, a World Wide Web Consortium standard for representing provenance. The authors provide an example and an overview of the proposed decision format with a decision framework utilizing this format to furnish the needed decision management capabilities. The authors further suggest that the time sequence of actors, activities and entities can be considered an instance of a decision “signal” amenable to traditional signal processing techniques for decision detection, modeling and prediction.



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