Social Internet of Things for domotics: A knowledge-based approach over LDP-CoAP

  title={Social Internet of Things for domotics: A knowledge-based approach over LDP-CoAP},
  author={Michele Ruta and Floriano Scioscia and Giuseppe Loseto and Filippo Gramegna and Saverio Ieva and Agnese Pinto and Eugenio Di Sciascio},
  journal={Semantic Web},
Ambient Intelligence aims at simplifying the interaction of a user with her surrounding context, minimizing the effort needed to increase comfort and assistance. Nevertheless, especially in built and structured environments, current technologies and market solutions are often far from providing the required levels of automation, coordination and adaptivity of the ambient. This paper proposes a novel semantic-based framework complying with the emerging Social Internet of Things paradigm… 

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