• Conference Object  

      Applying utility functions to adaptation planning for home automation applications 

      Bratskas, Pyrros; Paspallis, Nearchos; Kakousis, Konstantinos; Papadopoulos, George Angelos (2009)
      A pervasive computing environment typically comprises multiple embedded devices that may interact together and with mobile users. These users are part of the environment, and they experience it through a variety of devices ...
    • Article  

      Building energy-aware smart homes using web technologies 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Pitsillides, Andreas; Yiallouros, M. (2013)
      New technological advancements allow the Internet to penetrate in embedded computing. IPv6 envisions to merge the physical and the digital world, through the Internet. The Web of Things interconnects the expanding ecosystem ...
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      HomeWeb: An application framework for Web-based smart homes 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Trifa, V.; Pitsillides, Andreas (2011)
      Household appliances are being equipped with embedded micro-controllers and wireless transceivers, offering smart behavior. These augmented appliances form wireless networks and transform residential areas into smart homes. ...
    • Article  

      The Smart Home meets the Web of Things 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Pitsillides, Andreas; Trifa, V. (2011)
      In recent years, the merging of computing with physical things, enabled the transformation of everyday objects into information appliances. We propose to reuse the central principles of the modern Web architecture to fully ...
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      Social networking of the smart home 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Pitsillides, Andreas (2010)
      Social networking on the Web has become an integral part of our lives. Merging of computing with physical things enabled the conversion of everyday objects into information appliances. This merging allows Smart Homes to ...
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      Towards interoperable and sustainable smart homes 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Pitsillides, Andreas (IEEE Computer Society, 2013)
      In an idealized vision of a fully integrated smart home, all the operations of a house can be efficiently controlled by a unified smart ubiquitous application. However, we are far from realizing this scenario. A main barrier ...
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      Using request queues for enhancing the performance of operations in smart homes 

      Kamilaris, Andreas; Pitsillides, Andreas (2012)
      Modern houses and buildings are being equipped with embedded wireless sensors and actuators, offering advanced automation possibilities. Embedded technology is becoming mature, forming an enticing option for real-life ...
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      Vulnerability assessment of intrusion recovery countermeasures in wireless sensor networks 

      Stavrou, Eliana; Pitsillides, Andreas (2011)
      Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have become a hot research topic in recent years and are considered to be one of the building blocks of pervasive computing. Many diverse, mission-critical applications are deployed, including ...