This paper presents an updated version of Mini-ME, a mobile reasoner for the Semantic Web of Things. Building upon previous stronger elements, i.e., computational e_ciency and support for non-standard inference services, novel features have been added. Particularly, the Concept Covering reasoning task for request answering via service/resource composition has been included among allowed inferences, Prot_eg_e plugins have been released and the support for OWLlink protocol is now available. As a proof of concept, two use cases are presented, both in the mobile and ubiquitous computing _eld: a wireless semantic sensor network and a mobile semantic augmented reality scenario.

Mini-ME 2.0: powering the Semantic Web of Things

Ruta, Michele;Scioscia, Floriano;Loseto, Giuseppe;Gramegna, Filippo;Ieva, Saverio;Di Sciascio, Eugenio
2014-01-01

Abstract

This paper presents an updated version of Mini-ME, a mobile reasoner for the Semantic Web of Things. Building upon previous stronger elements, i.e., computational e_ciency and support for non-standard inference services, novel features have been added. Particularly, the Concept Covering reasoning task for request answering via service/resource composition has been included among allowed inferences, Prot_eg_e plugins have been released and the support for OWLlink protocol is now available. As a proof of concept, two use cases are presented, both in the mobile and ubiquitous computing _eld: a wireless semantic sensor network and a mobile semantic augmented reality scenario.
3rd OWL Reasoner Evaluation Workshop, ORE 2014
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