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Semantic Web Technologies’ role in Smart Environments                                                                     ...
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Poster: Semantic Web Technologies' role in Smart Environments, TOPIC: User intelligible Goals in Smart Environment (Domotic Effects)

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Poster for the short paper Semantic Web Technologies’ role in Smart Environments by Faisal Razzak
In: P. Herrero et al. (Eds.): OTM 2012 Workshops, LNCS 7567, pp. 54–58, 2012. Springer, Heidelberg (2012)

To be Presented at OTM Workshops 2012, Rome Italy

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Poster: Semantic Web Technologies' role in Smart Environments, TOPIC: User intelligible Goals in Smart Environment (Domotic Effects)

  1. 1. Semantic Web Technologies’ role in Smart Environments Faisal Razzak {faisal.razzak@polito.it} P. Herrero et al. (Eds.): OTM 2012 Workshops, LNCS 7567, pp. 54–58, 2012. Springer, Heidelberg (2012) User Intelligible Goals in Smart Environment: DOMOTIC EFFECTS Problem Definition What is Domotic Effect? References • It provide AMI designers with an Intelligent Energy Optimization for User Intelligible• Modeling of environment interaction abstraction layer that enables defining Goals in Smart Home Environments(Device centric). Fulvio Corno and Faisal Razzak generic goals inside the environment, In: IEEE Transactions on Smart Grids (2012) in a declarative way.• Modeling of environment set-up. (Accepted) • The high-level nature allows the residents Enabling machine understandable exchange of• Human intelligible state and goal to program their personal, office or work energy consumption Information in intelligentmodeling (Often Missing or Neglected). domotic environments spaces as they see fit. Dario Bonino, Fulvio Corno and Faisal Razzak• Intelligible states and goals may relate to In: Energy and Buildings 43(6), 1392 – 1402 (2011) • Define different achievement criteria for aenvironmental variables (illumination or particular generic goal, by using domain- Modeling Intelligible Goals in Smart Hometemperature, …) or to more abstract specific operators. Fulvio Corno and Faisal Razzakconditions such as Security and Energy In: IEEE Transactions on Industrial InformaticsSaving. • Two types: Simple and Complex (Submitted) Requirements Formal Definition: DogEffects Ontology• Formal definition• Domain dependency• Modularity• Evaluation Support• Enforcement Support• Advanced intelligence (Energy optimization)• Human Intelligibility Evaluation Evaluation• It is the ability to determine the valueof each DE defined in an environment whenany device changes its state, in near-realtime.• It helps monitor the overall state of theenvironment, also considering historicaltraces.• An Effect Node Network (ENN) is createdfrom DE and Zero Delay Simulationalgorithm is used to solve the network. Enforcement Enforcement Use Cases• The problem of finding at least one 1. Secure Home (CEA)configuration g that satisfies the user requestand use the automation system to bring the 2. Bathroom Illumination (CEB)home devices into a satisfying state. 3. Home Illumination (CEC)• In the case of Boolean valued domoticeffects, the user request R is the subset of 4. Afternoon Lunch Cooking (CED)DEi that the user wants to be active (true) ata given instant. 5. Air Passage (CEE)• Satisfying user request amounts to: 6. Morning Wakeup (CEF) Energy Optimization• Each device, in each operating state, consumes some amount of electrical power, that is • To compute the minimum value of P(g), while satisfying the user request R. This correspond to arepresented as a real-valued Simple Effect The instantaneous power constrained optimization of P(g) subject to the Boolean constraint FR(g).consumed by the whole environment is therefore represented as a Complex Effect aggregating allindividual power measurements: DogPower Ontology

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