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ITEA 2 DIY-SE

Do-It-Yourself Smart Experience

  • Funding:ITEA, IWT
  • Partners:

    • Alcatel-Lucent Bell (Bell Labs), Philips Innovative Applications, KUL - DistriNet, VUB-PROG&SSEL, KUL - CUO, IBBT, VUB-SMIT, VUB Starlab, Geosparc n.v., Kysoh SA, Pôle de Recherche Interne en Technologies de l’Information (Faculté Polytechnique de Mons) FPMs (PRI-TI), Alcatel-Lucent Bell-Labs France, Thales Group, ARCHOS, Neotiq, ENSIIE - LRSM, Institut TELECOM SudParis, Atos Origin, Tecnalia-Robotiker, Tecnalia-ESI, Information & Image Management Systems, S.A. (I&IMS), Universidad de Alcalá, AnswareTech, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, VTT, Videra, Rinnekoti-Säätiö, University of Applied Sciences LAUREA, Movial, Finwe,University of Tampere - UTA, University of Oulu, Mobilera, Turkcell Teknoloji, Pozitim, Tikle, Forthnet S.A, Waterford Institute of Technology, FeedHenry Ltd,
  • Period (yyyy-mm-dd): 2009-03-01 ~ 2012-02-28
  • Members: Yan Tang
  • URL:http://dyse.org:8080/display/DIYSE/
  • Summary:The DiY SE project will enable people to direct their everyday environment into a highly personalized eaningful communication/interaction experience that can span the home and city domains. The project ims to create a sustainable marketplace for user-generated application (components) in which nontechnically- killed people can participate. The proposed Do-it-Yourself approach in which nonprofessional
    users get the tools and the support to create and share their own smart events is supported nd motivated by visions on an Open Society (Karl Popper) in which citizens are empowered to form and hare their own view of reality. The project aims to contribute substantially to the open Internet-of-Things world and the transition to Web 3.0

    STARlab contribution:Community-based Ontology Creation methodology, Ontology-based Matching and Searching, Ontology modeling, Semantic Decision Making



Click here for the video scenario (Naughty Boy Use Case)

publications

  1. Yan Tang and Robert Meersman, DIY-CDR: An Ontology-based, Do-it-Yourself Components Discoverer and Recommender, Theme Issue on Adaptation and Personalization for Ubiquitous Computing, journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Springer, Z. Yu, D. Cheng, I. Khalil, J. Kay, D. Heckmann (eds.), DOI 10.1007/s00779-011-0416-y, ISSN 1617-4909, June 21, 2011, http://www.springerlink.com/content/m415h7qj0j6k7710/fulltext.html
  2. Roelands M. et al.: The DiY Smart Experiences Project, chapter 13, in book "Architecting the Internet of Things", Dieter Uckelmann et al. (eds.), Springer, ISBN 978-3-642-19156-5, April 2011,http://www.springer.com/engineering/production+eng/book/978-3-642-19156-5
  3. Yan Tang, Christophe Debruyne, Johan Criel, Onto-DIY: A Flexible and Idea Inspiring Ontology-based Do-It-Yourself Architecture for Managing Data Semantics and Semantic Data, in proc. of the 9th international conference on ontologies, databases, and applications for semantics (ODBASE'2010), Springer Verlaag, LNCS 6427, p. 1036 ff. Hersonissou, Crete, Greece, Oct 26~28, 2010 , http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1926167
  4. Yan Tang, Towards Using Semantic Decision Tables to Organize Data Semantics, the 6th international workshop on fact-oriented modeling (ORM'2010), proc. of On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: OTM 2010 workshops, Springer, LNCS 6428, p. 494 ff., Hersonissou, Crete, Greece, Oct. 24~28, 2010,www.springerlink.com/index/R6W6G71T173136W2.pdf

 

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