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Publication Detail
Adaptive and context-aware service composition for IoT-based smart cities
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Article in Press
  • Authors:
    Urbieta A, González-Beltrán A, Ben Mokhtar S, Anwar Hossain M, Capra L
  • Publication date:
    29/11/2015
  • Journal:
    Future Generation Computer Systems
  • Status:
    Accepted
  • Print ISSN:
    0167-739X
Abstract
© 2017 Elsevier B.V.Smart Cities are advancing towards an instrumented, integrated, and intelligent living space, where Internet of Things (IoT), mobile technologies and next generation networks are expected to play a key role. In smart cities, numerous IoT-based services are likely to be available and a key challenge is to allow mobile users perform their daily tasks dynamically, by integrating the services available in their vicinity. Semantic Service Oriented Architectures (SSOA) abstract the environment's services and their functionalities as Semantic Web Services (SWS). However, existing service composition approaches based on SSOA do not support dynamic reasoning on user tasks and service behaviours to deal with the heterogeneity of IoT domains. In this paper, we present an adaptive service composition framework that supports such dynamic reasoning. The framework is based on wEASEL, an abstract service model representing services and user tasks in terms of their signature, specification (i.e., context-aware pre-conditions, post-conditions and effects) and conversation (i.e., behaviour with related data-flow and context-flow constraints). To evaluate our composition framework, we develop a novel OWLS-TC4-based testbed by combining simple and composite services. The evaluation shows that our wEASEL-based system performs more accurate composition and allows end-users to discover and investigate more composition opportunities than other approaches.
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