Title

A Survey of the Semantic Specification of Sensors

Document Type

Article

Abstract

Semantic sensor networks use declarative descriptions of sensors promote reuse and integration, and to help solve the difficulties of installing, querying and maintaining complex, heterogeneous sensor networks. This paper reviews the state of the art for the semantic specification of sensors, one of the fundamental technologies in the semantic sensor network vision. Twelve sensor ontologies are reviewed and analysed for the range and expressive power of their concepts. The reasoning and search technology developed in conjunction with these ontologies is also reviewed, as is technology for annotating OGC standards with links to ontologies. Sensor concepts that cannot be expressed accurately by current sensor ontologies are also discussed.

APA Citation

Compton, M., Henson, C. A., Lefort, L., Neuhaus, H., & Sheth, A. P. (2009). A Survey of the Semantic Specification of Sensors. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 522, 17-32.
https://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/knoesis/664

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