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Ontology Usability Assessment Model for Context Information Process

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 214)

Abstract

The existing context-aware system just can decide the simple state, so that can’t satisfied with the needs of person. For supplying the more complex and high service to context-aware environment progress many research about ontology mechanism in order to represent the context information. Because ontology implies that knowledge to determine the specific situation and it takes a lot of time on the reasoning, performance of inference and accurate representation of ontology. Therefore ontology usability assessment is important to ensure the context information process for context-aware system. So, this study present the model that assess the usability of ontology and suggest the ontology building method to context-aware service which is combine an usability assessment model with the previous ontology building method. So, we find a way to increase the ontology usability in various applications.

Keywords

Ontology usability assessment Context-information Service decision 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This work was supported by the IT R&D Program funded by Korea Communications Commission (KCC)/Korea Communications Agency (10913-05005, Research and development of composite context based adaptive service path configuration technology).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Future Internet Service Research TeamElectronics and Telecommunications Research InstituteYuseong-gu, DaejeonKorea

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