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Title: Towards behaviour inference in smart environments
Author: Antunes, Mário
Gomes, Diogo Nuno
Aguiar, Rui
Keywords: APOLLO
Intelligent sensors
Smart environments
Temperature measurement
Temperature sensors
Behaviour inference
Behaviour rules
Computational elements
Context information
Home automation
Home automation scenario
Intelligent space
Knowledge extraction
Learning (artificial intelligence)
Machine learning
Machine learning techniques
Service oriented architecture
Statistical analysis
Statistical techniques
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Smart environments are physical places that are richly and invisibly populated with sensors, actuators and computational elements. The objective of such environments is to adapt themselves to its users in order to increase their comfort and usefulness. This paper proposes a platform, named APOLLO, capable of inferring behaviour rules from a smart environment and apply them to provide an intelligent space. The APOLLO platform is built upon a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), in which collected context information is used to infer behaviour rules though statistical and machine learning techniques. The proposed platform is to be deployed in a home automation scenario.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.1109/CFIC.2013.6566324
ISBN: 978-1-4799-0059-6
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