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There are emerging opportunities for distributed, composite services, based on the combination of smart homes, networked consumer devices, third-party services and social, geographical or commercial collaborations. However, current home-automation technology tends to focus on the single-home solution, rather than enabling home users can securely share and(More)
— The proliferation of smart home technologies providing home users with digital services presents an interoperability problem. This paper asserts that the value of these services can be greatly extended by enabling technology-neutral compositions of these home services, and furthermore that the reliability of such composite services will be of paramount(More)
Developments in Natural Language Processing technologies promise a variety of benefits to the localization industry, both in its current form in performing bulk enterprise-based localization and in the future in supporting personalized web-based localization on increasingly user-generated content. As an increasing variety of natural language processing(More)
— Management of a heterogeneous " outer edge " network-where a Home Area Network (HAN) inter-operates with external network and service providers-is complex and error prone. Configuration of a HAN is typically performed by non-technical end-users. As a consequence, an effective HAN configuration may be hampered by a poor understanding and/or management of(More)
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