Benchmarking knowledge-based context delivery system
Citation:J. Keeney, D. Lewis, D. O?Sullivan `Benchmarking knowledge-based context delivery system? in proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (ICAS 2006), Silicon Valley, USA, July 2006
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As context-aware systems become more widespread and mobile there is an increasing need for a common distributed event platform for gathering context information and delivering to context-aware applications. The likely heterogeneity across the body of context information can be addressed using runtime reasoning over ontology-based context models. However, existing knowledge-based reasoning is not typically optimised for real-time operation so its inclusion in any context delivery platform needs to be carefully evaluated from a performance perspective. In this paper we propose a benchmark for knowledgebased context delivery platforms and in particular examine suitable knowledge benchmarks for assessing the ability of platforms to deal with semantic interoperability.
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