Situation Awareness Data Fusion Method Based on Library Eventsopen access
- Xi, Haixu; Gao, Wei; Park, Gyun Yeol
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- TECH SCIENCE PRESS
- Intelligent library; internet of things; situational awareness; information fusion; data fusion
- COMPUTER SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, v.42, no.3, pp.1047 - 1061
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- COMPUTER SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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- Microelectronic technology and communication technology are developed in deep manner; the computing mode has been transferred from traditional computer-centered to human centered pervasive. So, the concept of Internet of things (IoT) is gradually put forward, which allows people to access information about their surroundings on demand through different terminals. The library is the major public space for human to read and learn. How to provide a more comfortable library environment to better meet people's learning requirements is a place where the Internet of things plays its role. The purpose of this paper is to solve the difference between the data fusion of library environment and the data fusion of other environments by the method of data fusion oriented to library. This paper presents a general technical framework of situational awareness for smart library system which includes a data fusion middleware. It can process data and inform the upper module of the changed library environment after deploying the smart library system in a library, including data collection and processing, how to judge whether events are triggered, how the system reacts, and the acquisition and update of user preferences. This paper presents a situational awareness recommendation method based on an effective data fusion model and algorithm for library after conducting experimental in service of library, which give more accurate of book recommendation than traditional method and good learning service environment of library for readers.
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