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Tools, Languages, Methodologies for Representing Semantics on the Web of Things

Mehta, Shikha / Tiwari, Sanju / Siarry, Patrick / Jabbar, M. A. (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage Oktober 2022
272 Seiten, Hardcover
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This book is a guide to the combination of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Semantic Web, covering a variety of tools, technologies and applications that serve the myriad needs of the researchers in this field. It provides a multi dimensional view of the concepts, tools, techniques and issues that are involved in the development of semantics for the Web of Things.

The various aspects studied in this book include Multi-Model Multi-Platform (SHM3P) databases for the IoT, clustering techniques for discovery services for the semantic IoT, dynamic security testing methods for the Semantic Web of Things, Semantic Web-enabled IoT integration for a smart city, IoT security issues, the role of the Semantic Web of Things in Industry 4.0, the integration of the Semantic Web and the IoT for e-health, smart healthcare systems to monitor patients, Semantic Web-based ontologies for the water domain, science fiction and searching for a job.

Shikha Mehta is Associate Professor in the Department of CSE & IT, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, India. Her research interests include machine/deep learning algorithms, nature-inspired computing and social networks analytics.

Sanju Tiwari is Senior Researcher at Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico, DAAD Post-Doc-Net AI Fellow and PhD co-supervisor at Rai University, India, and has worked as a post-doctoral researcher in OEG, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain. Her research interests include artificial intelligence, knowledge graphs and ontology engineering.

Patrick Siarry is Professor in automatics and informatics at University Paris Est Créteil, France. His research interests include the design of stochastic global optimization heuristics and their applications to various engineering fields. M.A. Jabbar is Professor and Head of the Department of CSE (AI & ML), Vardhaman College of Engineering, India. His research interests include artificial intelligence, Big Data analytics, bio-informatics and machine learning.