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Smart Semantic-Based Approach for Mobile Applications in Pervasive Environments

Abstract : Today, the field of smart- * (Home, City, Health, Tourism, etc.) is oriented multimedia by nature, highly heterogeneous and now lacks of intelligent way to able to manage various modalities according to the current users needs, usage situations and execution context. In consequence, mobile applications are certainly existing but often inadequate according to users' expectations and more precisely the instant expectations. The inclusion in our daily life, connected objects can retrieve information directly related to the immediate physical environment and the user. The use of different services from devices according to evolutionary scenarios affects both the nature and presentation of information and the different interactions that the user can and must have. The main idea is to design new way to make relevant semantic connected objects, multi-devices and many more agility and to use the cloud as a way to insure the service continuity on mobile devices. This paper presents an autonomic smart semantic based context-aware service and controller that will enhance users experience through the use of optimized semantic multimodal detection services. The originality of the dedicated cloud and context-aware of quality service composition paths is that it relies on smart multimodal inputs and multimodal user preferences. We propose real case study in order to validate our proposal.
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Adel Alti, Mounir Achouri, Makhlouf Derdour, Philippe Roose. Smart Semantic-Based Approach for Mobile Applications in Pervasive Environments. 2016 International Conference on Information Technology for Organizations Development, IT4OD 2016, 2016, New York, United States. ⟨10.1109/IT4OD.2016.7479327⟩. ⟨hal-01908070⟩

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