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Towards a New Framework for Service Composition in the Internet of Things

  • Samir Berrani
  • Ali Yachir
  • Mohamed Aissani
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 50)

Abstract

Internet of Things’ (IoT) services represent a great interest research topic for both academic and industrial communities due to their large application domains. New dynamic and automatic development approaches are created in order to improve their effectiveness based on service composition process. Indeed, they allow the aggregation of smart object’s services to meet complex requirements from various application areas. This paper provides an architecture that describes a framework for service composition in IoT. Moreover, it proposes a rule-based reasoner where several facts and rules (knowledge base) are inferred to satisfy user queries. This approach is designed and implemented using SysML and Prolog platform respectively. The use-cases scenario and extensive tests show clearly the interest, feasibility, and suitability of the rule-based system for service composition in the IoT.

Keywords

Internet of Things Service composition Rule-based system Semantic web 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Military Polytechnic School (EMP)Bordj-El-BahriAlgeria

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