Developing Intelligent Smart Home by Utilizing Community Computing
In Ubiquitous environment, system makes their own decision without or with minimized user interaction to provide required services to users. To fulfill this requirement the system needs to collect the proper information of surroundings and define how to react to the changes based on found information autonomously. To achieve this process, the system should equipped with three basic components which are sensing infrastructure, context aware or intelligent decision, and smart services. Main purpose of this research is how to enable this process efficiently and suggest the way of developing smart space. In this paper, we present Community Computing as the method of developing smart space and three components are briefly described. Also, three applicable scenarios and problems that might be happened at smart home are suggested and how community computing can be utilized to solve these problems is shown.
KeywordsUbiquitous Smart Home Community Computing Intelligent Service Sensor Network Context Aware
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