Thus, in the composition layer we introduce the physical mashups and propose a software platform, built as an extension of an open-source workflow engine, that offers basic constructs which can be used to build mashup editors for the Web of Things.
Finally, to test our architecture and the proposed tools, we apply them to two types of smart things.
I’d like to see it as a cookbook for implementing the Web of Things in such a way that for every cross-cutting concern, there is a Web recipe!
The architecture (see figure below) proposes Web solutions to 4 of these concerns: accessibility, findability, sharing and composition.
First we look at wireless sensor networks, in particular at energy and environmental monitoring sensor nodes.
Then, to better understand and evaluate how the Web of Things architecture can facilitate the development of real-world aware business applications, we study automatic identification […] Put together, these contributions materialize into an ecosystem of building-blocks for the Web of Things: a world-wide and interoperable network of smart things on which applications can be easily built, one step closer to bridging the gap between the virtual and physical worlds.Submit a Paper Propose a Workshop Propose a Mini Symposium Information for Sponsors General Information Touristic Information Hotels and Travel Call for Papers Committees Tutorials Program Camera-ready Registration Form Statistics Photos Awards Affiliated Journals IARIA Conferences Home MALERESS: Machine Learning and Text Retrieval Applied to Service Science Chair and Coordinator: Prof. Isaac Caicedo-Castro, University of Córdoba, Colombia [email protected] SERVQUAL: Service Quality Chair and Coordinator: Ph. Janusz Klink, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland [email protected] Co-Chair: Prof. Tadeus Uhl, Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany | Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland ADASERC: Advanced Analysis of Service Compositions Chair and Coordinator: Dipl.-Inf. Play with it on digital-link.tools #Io T #Wo T #Digital Identities @EVRYTHNG pic.twitter.com/Nzwa K6ptd2 Very nice to see the @Hive MQ crew (which are often considered as top world experts in MQTT!) releasing an open-source version of their rock solid MQTT broker. Here are some qualities I deem outstanding : I will do my best to answer your e-mail message, but I cannot guarantee to do so. I consider applications only from students who are outstanding in some way.Established in 2007, the Web of Things is a community of developers, researchers, and designers exploring the future of the physical Web.We want to leverage Web standards to interconnect all types of embedded devices and tagged products to make them easier to use and integrate in classic Web applications.In particular, we propose a Web of Things application architecture offering four layers that simplify the development of applications involving smart things.First, we address device accessibility and propose implementing, on smart things, the architectural principles that are at the heart of the Web such the Representational State Transfer (REST).