Ontology-based Activity Recognition Framework and Services

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2013-12-02

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ACM

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Abstract

This paper introduces an ontology-based integrated framework for activity modeling, activity recognition and activity model evolution. Central to the framework is ontological activity modeling and semantic-based activity recognition, which is supported by an iterative process that incrementally improves the completeness and accuracy of activity models. In addition, the paper presents a service-oriented architecture for the realization of the proposed framework which can provide activity context-aware services in a scalable distributed manner. The paper further describes and discusses the implementation and testing experience of the framework and services in the context of smart home based assistive living.

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Chen, L., Nugent, C. and Rafferty, J. (2013) Ontology-based Activity Recognition Framework and Services. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2013)

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Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)