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Ontology-based support for reconfigurable adaptive group communication architecture

Abstract : In collaborative communication, adaptation is required to maintain the reliable connection. Within the framework of a wireless environment, it is very challenging for the host entities to handle a sudden/unexpected change in communication and available resources. This issue is addressed in the context of save and rescue missions carried out during natural disasters such as floods and forest fires by human and voluntary operators aided by ground mobile devices and autonomous robots. This paper proposes a multi level architecture that supports reconfigurable adaptive group communications using semantic model. Modeling follows the well-known SWRL (Semantic Web Rule Language) instructions which establish the degree of importance of each communication link or component. Adaptation is then achieved through initializing between various configurations and for a given entity, the latter is modified as need be. Providing generic and scalable solutions for automated self-reconfiguration is driven by rule-based reconfiguration policies using ontologies. Finally, we illustrate constraints capable of meeting evolving requirements and the solutions followed by implementation of this scenario.
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Ismael Bouassida Rodriguez, Aymen Kamoun, Sakkaravarthi Ramanathan, Khalil Drira. Ontology-based support for reconfigurable adaptive group communication architecture. 2012. ⟨hal-00674843⟩

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