Onto-DIY: A Flexible and Idea Inspiring Ontology-Based Do-It-Yourself Architecture for Managing Data Semantics and Semantic Data
The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) culture has been continuously articulated since mid-1920s. The goal of DIY has been gradually shifted from the solution of the “time-rich and money-poor” situation into the confirmation of personal creativities and the needs of outsourcing and social contact. This paper addresses the design of a DIY environment for managing data semantics from different intelligent components in the ITEA Do-It-Yourself Smart Experiences project (DIY-SE). In particular, it is a flexible and idea inspiring ontology-based DIY architecture named Onto-DIY. Including the DIY aspect, Onto-DIY also takes socio and community aspects into account.
KeywordsOntology Engineering Do-It-Yourself Ontology Ambient Computing Semantic Decision Table
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