[DG-IDoT] Terminology discussion
andrewhughes3000 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 1 11:38:19 CST 2014
Hi Ingo - I agree, and wasn't aware you had done the scan
Does anyone have thoughts about creating an ontology for this and
publishing it for anyone to use?
I want to / need to learn OWL in the next couple months and am willing to
create this in parallel to this group. Parallel so I don't hinder your
progress. This seems to be small enough scope to be manageable.
On Saturday, February 1, 2014, Ingo Friese <ingo.friese at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> Hi Sal,
> I think the terminology is just a pre condition for discussing Identity
> concepts. If there are already defined and widely terms...lets use them.
> I had a Look in different SDOs but I'havent found really good fitting
> stuff here. Do You know a good Source for terminology?
> > Am 31.01.2014 um 22:59 schrieb "Salvatore D'Agostino" <
> > +1 Andrew,
> > ithin+the+Internet+of+Things
> > "The purpose of this paper is to describe identity concepts in the
> > of Things. Identity mechanisms in the Internet of Things are different
> > those in the classic web.
> > Furthermore this paper proposes a terminology for Identity management in
> > Internet of Things. This should help to facilitate discussions and work
> > this area without the need to define basic terms again."
> > Agree we don't need to propose a terminology. Trying to wean any
> > conversation about terminology out of my existence in fact ;-)
> > So maybe we can work on the abstract text before we go any further.
> > I like wading into identifiers as Scott has done. (I just trimmed a
> > sentence and would like to talk more about this section).
> Of Andrew Hughes
> > Sent: Friday, January 31, 2014 3:31 PM
> > Subject: Re: [DG-IDoT] Terminology discussion
> > Hi Ingo - I'm lurking on the list so have probably missed the context if
> > terminology discussion.
> > Having just experienced a couple of drawn out vocabulary working groups,
> > am wondering why IDoT is not attempting to simply adopt a
> > vocabulary/ontology/list of terms from any of the IoT specific groups.
> > Then, the focus here could be extensions to deal with the ID aspects...
> > Andrew.
> > Dear All,
> > Jeff started with Sensor, Actuator and Processor. I'd like to extend this
> > model a bit. Because I think the processor could be either near to the
> > actuator (e.g. the processor in a house regulates the heating because of
> > sensor data.
> > This "intelligence" could also be somewhere in the cloud/internet. The
> > processor could be a service on a server somewhere or and app on a
> > smartphone.
> > So I'd like to add an IoT instance in the network.
> > A second point are intermediates or gateways (names are to be discussed).
> > Because many solutions have one or more instances between
> sensor/actuator an
> > the service in the cloud. Here e.g. several sensors are concentrated.
> > What do you think?
> > Best,
> > Ingo
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