Bastian Wollschlaeger

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Networked systems consisting of many different components are gaining more and more importance in human's living environment (e.g. communication, entertainment, building automation). The design process for such systems is also harder because of the growing complexity and the inhomogeneity of sub-systems realizing different functions. This results in a(More)
Composing distributed automation systems from components is challenging due to large variety and number of available components on the market. Multiple criteria need to be considered such as functional coverage, price, interoperability, vendor homogeneity, and energy. The paper introduces a novel heuristic approach for selecting devices considering such(More)
Ubiquitous sensor actuator networks and other advanced technologies for Building Automation Systems (BAS) have contributed to the enhancement of building energy efficiency and occupant comfort. However, current BAS have developed very complex heterogeneous structures and require high cost and time effort for management, maintenance and retrofit actions. In(More)
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