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IoT Interoperability Workshop

2012-03-26 00:00
Europe/Athens

The FP7 PROBE-IT project organized its first Internet of Things interoperability workshop. It gathered around 45 attendees with the aim to identify and debate on IoT interoperability issues and practices and to provide a 2012 action plan and recommendations in IERC deliverable to be published by end of 2012.

Link to the event: http://www.probe-it.eu/?p=451

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26/03/2012
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OWL2XmlRefAlign v.1.1

OWL2XmlRefAlign Tool is a simple tool that transforms an OWL ontology that has been created by:

a) the import of a Source and a Target OWL ontology, and
b) the manual alignments between classes of Source and Target ontologies i.e. equivalent axioms and subsumptions.

The Alignments ontology is created by following a manual process (explained below). The OWL2XmlRefAlign tool parses the Alignments ontology and transforms the alignments into a new format based on the Alignment API (OAEI).

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AUTOMSv2 Ontology Alignment Tool

This second version of AUTOMS ontology alignment tool (OAEI 2006) is addressing issues related to most recent challenges of Ontology Alignment community.

AUTOMSv2 Ontology Alignment tool is extending older version AUTOMS(2006) in the following points:
1. It is re-implemented with the well-known and widely used Alignment API (by INRIA)
2. It synthesizes alignment methods at various levels (lexical, structural, instance-based, vector-based, lexicon-based) using different aggregation operators (union, Pythagorean means)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) Ontology

The IoT-ontology for the Representation of Interconnected and Semantically Coordinated Smart Entities in a Web of Things (WoT).

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The aim of the ontology is to support the automated deployment of applications in heterogeneous IoT environments. It mainly serves as a semantic registry for the registration of associations of sensing/actuating/identity/embedded with features of interest, as well as for the registration of applications that utilize the services provided by these associations.

Authors:

1. Konstantinos Kotis
2. Artem Katasonov

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