An SNN Ontology Based Environment Monitoring Method for Intelligent Irrigation System
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In order to realize high precision of environment parameters detection in irrigation applications, a sensor and sensor network (SSN) ontology based data fusion method is proposed. An SSN sub-ontology for soilstate monitoring is revised, which includes the sensing devices hierarchies and measurement properties selection according to the detection feature interests. As for sensor data processing, a tuning data method by data pool filtering and clustering is adopted, as well as a useful data fusion method for multi-sensor system. The testing results show that both the accuracy and efficiency of the proposed method are higher after related filtering and clustering process, which enables a thorough monitoring for intelligent irrigation systems and can be extended into environment monitoring and control applications.
Key wordssensor and sensor network (SSN) data fusion intelligent irrigation environment monitoring
CLC numberTP 391
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