Fuzzy Techniques for Access and Data Management in Home Automation Environments

Salvatore Vitabile, Mario Collotta, Gianfranco Scata, Giovanni Pau, Vincenzo Conti

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Abstract

Home Automation Environments are characterized by the integration of electronic devices as well asby the performance of communication and control systems. Environment infrastructure has to meetseveral requirements including Quality of Service (QoS), safety, security, and energy saving.However, Home Automation deals with complex environments, so that advanced data managementsystems are required to meet the above constraints. Fuzzy Logic based techniques can be successfulused to improve system performance management. This work proposes and describes the use andapplication of fuzzy rules on a two-tiered architecture integrating a biometric authentication moduleand communication real-time constraints. The goal is to combine the advantages of wired andwireless networks as well as the biometric recognition accuracy to increase the flexibility and theperformance of the proposed deadline oriented architecture. The experimental results of the userauthentication module, the energy consumption module and the scheduling module for real-timemobile communication are also outlined.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)181-203
Numero di pagine23
RivistaDefault journal
Volume8
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2012

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Biometrics
automation
Information management
Automation
Communication
Fuzzy rules
management
Authentication
Fuzzy logic
Energy conservation
Quality of service
Communication systems
Energy utilization
communication
energy saving
Scheduling
logic
Control systems
energy consumption
communication system

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Communication
  • Media Technology
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Vitabile, S., Collotta, M., Scata, G., Pau, G., & Conti, V. (2012). Fuzzy Techniques for Access and Data Management in Home Automation Environments. Default journal, 8, 181-203.

Fuzzy Techniques for Access and Data Management in Home Automation Environments. / Vitabile, Salvatore; Collotta, Mario; Scata, Gianfranco; Pau, Giovanni; Conti, Vincenzo.

In: Default journal, Vol. 8, 2012, pag. 181-203.

Risultato della ricerca: Article

Vitabile, S, Collotta, M, Scata, G, Pau, G & Conti, V 2012, 'Fuzzy Techniques for Access and Data Management in Home Automation Environments', Default journal, vol. 8, pagg. 181-203.
Vitabile, Salvatore ; Collotta, Mario ; Scata, Gianfranco ; Pau, Giovanni ; Conti, Vincenzo. / Fuzzy Techniques for Access and Data Management in Home Automation Environments. In: Default journal. 2012 ; Vol. 8. pagg. 181-203.
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