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SWoTSuite: A Development Framework for Prototyping Cross-domain Semantic Web of Things Applications

@article{Patel2016SWoTSuiteAD,
  title={SWoTSuite: A Development Framework for Prototyping Cross-domain Semantic Web of Things Applications},
  author={Pankesh Patel and Amelie Gyrard and Dhavalkumar Thakker and A. Sheth and Martin Serrano},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1609.09014}
}
Semantic Web of Things (SWoT) applications focus on providing a wide-scale interoperability that allows the sharing of IoT devices across domains and the reusing of available knowledge on the web. However, the application development is difficult because developers have to do various tasks such as designing an application, annotating IoT data, interpreting data, and combining application domains. To address the above challenges, this paper demonstrates SWoTSuite, a toolkit for prototyping SWoT… 

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