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A Declarative Goal-oriented Framework for Smart Environments with LPaaS

  title={A Declarative Goal-oriented Framework for Smart Environments with LPaaS},
  author={Giuseppe Bisicchia and Stefano Forti and Antonio Brogi},
Smart environments powered by the Internet of Things aim at improving our daily lives by automatically tuning ambient parameters (e.g. temperature, interior light) and by achieving energy savings through self-managing cyber-physical systems. Commercial solutions, however, only permit setting simple target goals on those parameters and do not consider mediating conflicting goals among different users and/or system administrators, and feature limited compatibility across different IoT verticals… 

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