International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )
The definition of "Smart Home" is a total information technology service provider or a total solution provider for users in home and buildings, not just a network connection. Nowadays, we are living in the era of "Ubiquitous age" which people and products are connected by internet and exchange information of one's own accord. Therefore Smart Home has more important features and roles in the future. To provide accurate smart service to users while adapting to the frequently changing conditions, it is necessary to apply SOM(Self-Organizing Map) algorithm which correspond to the user's intend and his/her semantic-context information. Additionally it needs to support maximum service in the limited infrastructure (miMS: minimum infrastructure Maximum Service). In this context, the paper designs a SOM based smart home solution which provides customized service to users by extracting sensor data from different home devices in the different environment.
: awareness; Self-organizing Map; Smart Home; Personalization Service;
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