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Development of an Interface for Data Visualization and Controlling of Classified Objects based on User Conditions
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 Title & Authors
Development of an Interface for Data Visualization and Controlling of Classified Objects based on User Conditions
Park, Heesung; Han, Minseok; Choi, Yuri;
 
 Abstract
By developing the IoT(Internet of Things) technology, devices for smart home environment have rapidly increased. With respect to mobiles, these applications are used to control and manage the various smart devices effectively. However, the existing mechanisms only provide simple information, and hence a difficulty to search or control the smart devices persists, since there is no meaningful relationship between them. In this research, we suggest an interface which visualizes the device's data and controls them effectively, based on the user's device using pattern. As a solution for this problem, we classify the user pattern based on a timeline for the associated circumstance, and visualize the device's data to make a group or to control individually in an easier approach. Also, all meaningful information could be confirmed by summarizing all the data of smart devices.
 Keywords
internet of things;mobile interface;user pattern information;data visualization;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
IoT 태그 및 소셜 메시지 기반 사물 제어 시스템,백승민;진연주;하권우;한상욱;정진우;

정보과학회 컴퓨팅의 실제 논문지, 2017. vol.23. 9, pp.550-556 crossref(new window)
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