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Ad-Hoc Networking with OWL-S and CSP

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2 Author(s)
J. I. Rendo Fernandez ; Research School of Informatics, Department of Computer Science, Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LEII 3TU, UK. e-mail: ; I. W. Phillips

In order to achieve a ubiquitous ad-hoc environment suitable for any kind and number of compute devices, information concerning device usability must be stored and manipulated. Take, for example the home where a large number of devices - heating, cooking, lighting, entertainment, security all cooperate to provide a suitable environment for a home resident. This paper proposes a representation of home devices as OWL-S (Web service ontology) services, capable of being implemented by means of the formal algebra CSP (communication sequential process). Because of the ontological nature of OWL-S and the possibility of translating CSP equations to lightweight implementations, this proposal allows a rich semantic description of services capable of being hosted by a wide range of devices, including such ones with low computational resources. The paper describes the procedure of developing a service in OWL-S, its translation to CSP and its implementation in occam, an efficient CSP-based language

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2006 3rd International IEEE Conference Intelligent Systems

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Sept. 2006