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2007
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Ontology driven adaptive data processing in wireless sensor networks

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Ontology driven adaptive data processing in wireless sensor networks
It is important to provide adaptive data processing in wireless sensor networks in order to deal with various applications. In this paper,we propose a WIreless Sensor Networks Ontology (WISNO) for flexible modeling of sensor data. WISNO contains two-tier ontologies, a front-end for coarsegrained analysis and a back-end for high-level fine-grained data processing. We also describes the WISNO reasoning rules that adopts description logic and SWRL for managing data automatically. Categories and Subject Descriptors C.2.3 [Computer-Communication Networks]: Network Operations—Network management General Terms Management, Performance Keywords Wireless Sensor Networks, Ontology, SWRL, description logic
Yuheng Hu, Zhendong Wu, Ming Guo
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where INFOSCALE
Authors Yuheng Hu, Zhendong Wu, Ming Guo
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