A User-Oriented and Context-Aware Service Orchestration Framework for Dynamic Home Automation Systems
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The home environment has become increasingly sophisticated. Sensors and actuators allow a house to be programmed so that it can intelligently adapt to user needs. Unfortunately it has not become any easier for the user to manage all these devices. Our ontology driven framework describes a user-oriented automation system to help with this process by not only orchestrating home automation devices, but also by integrating new equipment and automating them as much as possible. By combining devices with a common functionality in a given context, relevant devices are pulled together in an intuitive user interface in which one can express preferences at a high level of abstraction. The big advantage is that our framework allows for the home environment to be adjusted without the user having to know about the technical details of devices in the home automation system.
Keywordshome automation context-awareness service composition
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