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201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
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201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
201209 smart objects and semantic web
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201209 smart objects and semantic web
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  • 1. Smart Objects and Semantic Web:A semantic approach to intelligent environments© 2012 Jun Hu
  • 2. Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 1
  • 3. 26-9-2012 PAGE 2
  • 4. 26-9-2012 PAGE 3
  • 5. 26-9-2012 PAGE 4
  • 6. 26-9-2012 PAGE 5
  • 7. 26-9-2012 PAGE 6
  • 8. Semantic Web • Access to universal knowledgeDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 7
  • 9. Semantic Web • SiriDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 8
  • 10. Semantic Web • SiriDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 9
  • 11. Semantic Web • SiriDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 10
  • 12. Semantic Web • Ontology: Access to universal knowledgeDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 11
  • 13. Semantic Web • Ontology: Categories of beingDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 12
  • 14. Semantic Web • Ontology: in Resource Description Framework − A collection of subject-predicate-object triples: • A is B, B is C • C has D • … • A loves B • B hates A • (S P O)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 13
  • 15. Semantic Web • Ontology: in Resource Description Framework − Artificial Intelligence • A is B, B is C => A is C • C has D => A has D • … • A loves B • B hates A => A (can not marry) B • (S P O)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 14
  • 16. Semantic Web • Ontology on web => Semantic Web • (S P O) => (#s #p #o)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 15
  • 17. Semantic Web • Ontology on web => Semantic Web • (S P O) => (#s #p #o)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 16
  • 18. Semantic Web • Ontology on web => Semantic Web • (S P O) => (#s #p #o)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 17
  • 19. Semantic Web • SiriDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 18
  • 20. Semantic Web • Ontology on web => Semantic Web • (S P O) => (#s #p #o)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 19
  • 21. Semantic Web • Access to universal knowledgeDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 20
  • 22. Semantic Web • Access to universal knowledge − through − Internet of KnowledgeDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 21
  • 23. Semantic Web • Access to universal knowledge − through − Internet of Knowledge − by − Internet of PeopleDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 22
  • 24. Social Networks • Internet of PeopleDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 23
  • 25. Social Networks • Internet of People A social network is a social structure made up of individuals (or organizations) called "nodes", which are tied (connected) by one or more specific types of interdependency, such as friendship, kinship, common interest, financial exchange, dislike, sexual relationships, or relationships of beliefs, knowledge or prestige. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_networkDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 24
  • 26. Social Networks • Internet of PeopleDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 25
  • 27. Social Networks • Internet of People • Facebook • Twitter • LinkedIn • Foursquare • MySpace • Weibo • Renren • …Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 26
  • 28. Social Networks • Internet of different People • Facebook • Twitter • LinkedIn • Foursquare • MySpace • Weibo • Renren • …Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 27
  • 29. Social Networks • Internet of People • Why?Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 28
  • 30. Social Network • Internet of People • Why?Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 29
  • 31. Social Networks • Internet of People • Why?Department of Industrial Design Maslows Hierarchy of _Needs 26-9-2012 PAGE 30
  • 32. Social Networks • Internet of People • Why?Department of Industrial Design Maslows Hierarchy of _Needs 26-9-2012 PAGE 31
  • 33. Social Networks • Internet of People • Internet of People  Internet of Things © http://www.economist.com/node/15350960Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 32
  • 34. Social Network • Network of People => Internet of People • Internet of People  Internet of Things © http://www.economist.com/node/15350960Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 33
  • 35. Internet of Things What is it? The Internet of Things refers to uniquely identifiable objects (things) and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure. © Wikipedia © http://www.economist.com/node/15350960Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 34
  • 36. Internet of Things • IdentifiableDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 35
  • 37. Internet of Things • SensingDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 36
  • 38. Internet of Things • ActuatingDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 37
  • 39. Internet of Things • Virtualization and connectivityDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 38
  • 40. Internet of Things • Local Intelligence • Google I/ODepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 39
  • 41. • Web 3.0, the future of the internet • http://youtu.be/FzIwXqqDnOYDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 40
  • 42. • Interoperablibility in the interconnected world • http://youtu.be/FzIwXqqDnOYDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 41
  • 43. SOFIA • Smart Objects for Intelligent Environments • funded through the European Artemis programmeDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 42
  • 44. SOFIA • Smart Objects for Intelligent Environments • funded through the European Artemis programme • Context: • Smart Environment – ecosystem of interconnected and interoperating smart objects • Newly developed and legacy devices • Connections and relations between smart objects • Shifting from interacting with single products to interaction with a system of productsDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 43
  • 45. Internet of Things and semantic Web Making "information" in the physical world available Sematic Information for smart services - connecting the physical world Broker with the information world Ontology Blackboard Ontology and semantics of the intents, interests and concepts Service data gathering and mining Knowledge Processor Knowledge Processor … Knowledge Processor Smart Smart … Smart Object Object Object Internet of things Web of peopleDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 44
  • 46. SOFIA • Demo: Semantic connections - Spotlight navigation • http://youtu.be/bOrIPp-aglgDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 45
  • 47. SOFIA • Pilot: Smart space • http://youtu.be/NjSwTU9tX4wDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 46
  • 48. SOFIA • Based on Ontologies (Semantic Web) • And the Blackboard PatternDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 47
  • 49. SOFIA • Pilot scenarioDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 48
  • 50. SOFIA • Ontology: RDFDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 49
  • 51. SOFIA • Ontology: OWLDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 50
  • 52. SOFIA • Ontology: devicesDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 51
  • 53. SOFIA • Ontology: interaction eventsDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 52
  • 54. SOFIA • SIBDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 53
  • 55. SOFIA • SIB Ontology • Create/Add/Remove/UpdateDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 54
  • 56. SOFIA • SIB Ontology • Create/Add/Remove/Update • Query (SPARQL)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 55
  • 57. SOFIA • SIB Ontology • Create/Add/Remove/Update • Query (SPARQL) • Reasoning (SPIN – SPARQL Inferencing Notation)Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 56
  • 58. SOFIA • KPDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 57
  • 59. SOFIA • Based on Ontologies (Semantic Web) • And the Blackboard PatternDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 58
  • 60. Student projectsDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 59
  • 61. Doormate
  • 62. Doormate
  • 63. Doormate
  • 64. Doormate
  • 65. Bonsai Garden
  • 66. Bonsai Garden• Gaming elements
  • 67. Bonsai Garden
  • 68. Resources • https://github.com/iddi/sofia • What you would need: • Eclipse for RCP and RAP Developers (Helios) • EGit • Android ADK (if Android is used) • SOFIA ADK • TUeSIB • Python (if python is preferred) • Smart-M3 Python KPI • SSLS • … • More at: https://github.com/iddi/sofia/wiki/InstallationDepartment of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 67
  • 69. Resources • SOFIA is based on SMART-M3 • M3: multi-vendor, multi-device and multi-part • About SMART-M3: • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart-M3 • SMART-M3 on source forge: • http://sourceforge.net/projects/smart-m3/Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 68
  • 70. Resources • SOFIA is contunued: • https://sofia-community.com/Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 69
  • 71. References 1. G. Niezen, ONTOLOGIES FOR INTERACTION: Enabling serendipitous interoperability in smart environments. PhD Thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology, 2012. 2. B. J. J. van der Vlist, Designing Semantic Connections Explorations, Theory and a Framework for Design. PhD Thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology, 2012. 3. B. J. J. van der Vlist, G. Niezen, S. Rapp, J. Hu, and L. M. G. Feijs, "Controlling Smart Home Environments with Semantic Connections: a Tangible and an AR Approach," presented at the 7th International Workshop on the Design & Semantics of Form & Movement (DeSForM), Wellington, New Zealand, 2012. 4. B. J. J. van der Vlist, J. Hu, G. Niezen, and L. M. G. Feijs, "Semantic Connections: a New Interaction Paradigm for Smart Environments," presented at the 7th International Workshop on the Design & Semantics of Form & Movement (DeSForM), Wellington, New Zealand, 2012. 5. J. P. A. Peeters, B. J. J. van der Vlist, G. Niezen, J. Hu, and L. M. G. Feijs, "A Study on a Tangible Interaction Approach to Managing Wireless Connections in a Smart Home Environment," presented at the 7th International Workshop on the Design & Semantics of Form & Movement (DeSForM), Wellington, New Zealand., 2012. 6. J. Hu, B. van der Vlist, G. Niezen, W. Willemsen, D. Willems, and L. Feijs, "Designing the Internet of Things for Learning Environmentally Responsible Behaviour," Interactive Learning Environments, vol. Accepted., 2012. 7. W. Willemsen, J. Hu, G. Niezen, and B. van der vlist, "Using Game Elements to Motivate Environmentally Responsible Behaviour," presented at the IADIS Game and Entertainment Technologies 2011 (GET 2011), Rome, Italy, 2011. 8. B. van der vlist, G. Niezen, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "Interaction primitives: Describing interaction capabilities of Smart Objects in ubiquitous computing environments," presented at the AFRICON, 2011, Livingstone 2011. 9. B. van der vlist, G. Niezen, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "Desiqn semantics of connections in a smart home environment," Creation and Design, vol. 13, pp. 18-24, 2011. 10. G. Niezen, B. van der vlist, J. Hu, and L. M. G. Feijs, "Using semantic transformers to enable interoperability between media devices in a ubiquitous computing environment," presented at the International Workshop on Self-managing Solutions for Smart Environments (S3E 2011) at the 6th International Conference on Grid and Pervasive Computing (GPC 2011), 2011. 11. M. Kwak, G. Niezen, B. van der vlist, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "Tangible Interfaces to Digital Connections, Centralized versus Decentralized," Transactions on Edutainment, vol. V, LNCS 6530, pp. 132-146, 2011. 12. J. Hu, B. van der vlist, G. Niezen, W. Willemsen, D. Willems, and L. M. G. Feijs, "Learning from Internet of Things for Improving Environmentally Responsible Behavior," in Edutainment Technologies. Educational Games and Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Applications, M. Chang, W.-Y. Hwang, M.-P. Chen, and W. Müller, Eds., ed: Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2011, pp. 292-299. 13. B. van der Vlist, G. Niezen, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "Design Semantics of Connections in a Smart Home Environment," presented at the Design and Semantics of Form and Movement (DeSForM 2010), Lucerne, Switzerland., 2010. 14. B. van der Vlist, G. Niezen, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "Semantic Connections: Exploring and Manipulating Connections in Smart Spaces," presented at the 2010 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), Riccione, Italy, 2010. 15. G. Niezen, B. van der vlist, J. Hu, and L. Feijs, "From Events to Goals: Supporting Semantic Interaction in Smart Environments," presented at the 2010 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), Riccione, Italy, 2010.Department of Industrial Design 26-9-2012 PAGE 70
  • 72. Smart Objects and Semantic Web:A semantic approach to intelligent environments© 2012 Jun Hu

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