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Semantic interoperability is the designed property where various systems can interact with each other and exchange data with unambiguous, shared meaning. This enables knowledge discovery, machine computable reasoning and federation of different information systems. Traditionally, technologies from the Semantic Web are adapted in order to capture th...
Next generation networks, as the Internet of Things (IoT), aim to create open and global networks for connecting smart objects, network elements, applications, web services and end-users. Research and industry attempt to integrate this evolving technology and the exponential growth of IoT by overcoming significant hurdles such as dynamicity, scalab...
This paper presents an overview of the interoperability concepts along with the challenges for the IoT domain and the upcoming Web 3.0. We identify four levels of interoperability and the relevant solutions for accomplishing vertical and horizontal compatibility between the various layers of a modern IoT ecosystem, referred to as: technological, sy...
VirtuWind proposes the application of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) in critical infrastructure networks. We aim at introducing network programmability, reconfigurability and multi-tenant capability both inside isolated and inter-connected industrial networks. Henceforth, we present the design of the Vi...