Semantic interoperability for big-data in heterogeneous IoT infrastructure for healthcare

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Sustainable Cities and Society, ISSN: 2210-6707, Vol: 34, Page: 90-96

Publication Year:
2017
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DOI:
10.1016/j.scs.2017.06.010
Author(s):
Farhan Ullah; Muhammad Asif Habib; Muhammad Farhan; Shehzad Khalid; Mehr Yahya Durrani; Sohail Jabbar
Publisher(s):
Elsevier BV
Tags:
Social Sciences; Engineering; Energy
article description
Interoperability remains a major burden to the developers of Internet of Things systems. It is due to IoT devices are extremely heterogeneous regarding basic communication protocols, data formats, and technologies. Furthermore, due to the absence of worldwide satisfactory standards, Interoperability tools remains imperfect. In this paper, we have proposed Semantic Interoperability Model for Big-data in IoT (SIMB-IoT) to deliver semantic interoperability among heterogeneous IoT devices in health care domain. This model is used to recommend medicine with side effects for different symptoms collected from heterogeneous IoT sensors. Two datasets are taken for the analysis of big-data. One dataset contains diseases with drug details and the second dataset contains medicines with side effects. Information between physician and patient are semantically annotated and transferred in a meaningful way. A Lightweight Model for Semantic annotation of Big-data using heterogeneous devices in IoT is proposed to provide annotations for big data. Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a semantic web framework that is recycled to communicate things using Triples to make it semantically significant. RDF annotated patients’ data and made it semantically interoperable. SPARQL query is used to extract records from RDF graph. Tableau, Gruff-6.2.0, and Mysql tools are used in simulation in this article.