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    Title: A cloud-based system for dynamically capturing appliance usage relations
    Authors: Yi-Cheng Chen;Shih-Hao Chang;Wei-Hsun Liao;Jianquan Liu;Yutaka Watanobe
    Keywords: incremental mining;usage relations;sequential patterns;smart homes;cloud computing;appliance usage patterns;data mining;internet of things;IoT;smart home data;home appliances
    Date: 2016-09-22
    Issue Date: 2017-10-31 02:10:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Nowadays, owing to the great advent of sensor technology, data can be collected easily. Mining Internet of Things (IoT) data has attracted researchers' attention owing to its practicability. Mining smart home data is one significant application in the IoT domain. Generally, the usage data of appliances in a smart environment are generated progressively; visualising how appliances are used from huge amount of data is a challenging issue. Hence, an algorithm is needed to dynamically discover appliance usage patterns. Prior studies on usage pattern discovery are mainly focused on discovering patterns while ignoring the dynamic maintenance of mined results. In this paper, a cloud-based system, Dynamic Correlation Mining System (DCMS), is developed to incrementally capture the usage correlations among appliances in a smart home environment. Furthermore, several pruning strategies are proposed to effectively reduce the search space. Experimental results indicate that the developed system is efficient in execution time and possesses great scalability. Subsequent application of DCMS on a real data set also demonstrates the practicability of mining smart home data.
    Relation: International Journal of Web and Grid Services 12(3), p.257-272
    DOI: 10.1504/IJWGS.2016.079161
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering] Journal Article

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