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Title: Device services for the home
Author(s): Turner, Kenneth J
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Editor(s): Drira, Khalil
Kacem, Ahmed Hadj
Jmaiel, Mohamed
Citation: Turner KJ (2010) Device services for the home. In: Drira K, Kacem AH & Jmaiel M (eds.) 10th Annual International Conference on New Technologies of Distributed Systems (NOTERE), 2010. California: IEEE Computer Society, pp. 41-48.;
Keywords: Device Management
Home Automation
Policy-Based Management
Sensor Fusion
Home automation
Self-help devices for people with disabilities
Telecommunication in social service
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Date Deposited: 10-Mar-2011
Abstract: An approach is presented for flexible support of devices in smart homes, meeting the needs of both home automation and telecare. Device services are introduced as a generalisation of sensor fusion, allowing ready customisation of how sensor inputs and actuator outputs are mapped to each other. Low-level management of devices is supported, but integrated with the high-level use of goals and policies. A range of typical device services is used to illustrate the approach.
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DOI Link: 10.1109/NOTERE.2010.5536831
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