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Cognitive computing meets the internet of things

Maamar, Z., Baker, T., Faci, N., Ugljanin, E., Atif, Y., Al-Khafajiy, M. ORCID: and Sellami, M. (2018) Cognitive computing meets the internet of things. In: 13th International Conference on Software Technologies, 26-28 Jul 2018, Porto, Portugal, pp. 741-746,

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To link to this item DOI: 10.5220/0006877507750780


Abstract: This paper discusses the blend of cognitive computing with the Internet-of-Things that should result into developing cognitive things. Today’s things are confined into a data-supplier role, which deprives them from being the technology of choice for smart applications development. Cognitive computing is about reasoning, learning, explaining, acting, etc. In this paper, cognitive things’ features include functional and non-functional restrictions along with a 3 stage operation cycle that takes into account these restrictions during reasoning, adaptation, and learning. Some implementation details about cognitive things are included in this paper based on a water pipe case-study.

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Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
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