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Not always can be relied on the availability of fast and reliable network connectivity (high-bandwidth), for example in development countries, during natural disasters and/or with the use of low-power systems. However, there is still a demand for the use of communication- and information systems in these situations.
 
Not always can be relied on the availability of fast and reliable network connectivity (high-bandwidth), for example in development countries, during natural disasters and/or with the use of low-power systems. However, there is still a demand for the use of communication- and information systems in these situations.
  

Latest revision as of 11:23, 14 September 2016


Low-bandwith Semantic Web
status: finished
Master: project within::Information Sciences
Student name: student name::Onno Valkering
Dates
Start start date:=2016/01/01
End end date:=2016/07/01
Supervision
Supervisor: Victor de Boer
Second reader: has second reader::Stefan Schlobach
Thesis: has thesis::Media:Thesis.pdf
Poster: has poster::Media:Posternaam.pdf

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Abstract

|free text=}} Not always can be relied on the availability of fast and reliable network connectivity (high-bandwidth), for example in development countries, during natural disasters and/or with the use of low-power systems. However, there is still a demand for the use of communication- and information systems in these situations.

The use of semantic web technologies possibly offers an approach to meet some of the challenges of data exchange over low-bandwidth networks (e.g. SMS, LPWAN). When receivers have a certain background knowledge, senders might utilize this background knowledge to lower the amount of data that is required to be transmitted.

The aim of the research is to determine the feasibility and implications of efficient semantic web usage over low-bandwidth networks. An experiment will be carried out in order to assess the possible solutions/usages. The Kasadaka project will be used a starting point.