Extending a Smart Home Multi-Agent System with Role-Based Access Control


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Enrico Denti, Roberta Calegari, Marco Prandini

Piet Kommers, Tomayess Issa, Dian-Fu Chang, Pedro Isaías (eds.)
“5th International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society 2014 (ITS 2014)”, pages 23-30
10-12 December 2014

Home Manager is an open source agent-based application for the control of an intelligent home, implemented on top of the TuCSoN coordination infrastructure, and aimed at satisfying the users goals and preferences (lighting, temperature, etc.) while achieving the global house policies and objectives (e.g. energy saving).
The first prototype, however, was kept intentionally simple, with a limited number of rooms, user types, appliances, and user policies: in particular, user access control did not adopt a role-based (RBAC) model. Therefore, in this paper we extend and generalise the previous system, designing an agent-based RBAC engine – first in general, then specialising its features to the Home Manager case study – and incorporate it into a new prototype targeted to a larger house, with a larger set of appliances and user roles, and supporting the dynamic definition of user policies and constraints.

(keywords) Home management; Ambient intelligence; Pervasive computing; Smart homes; Coordination; Multi-Agent Systems.

Events

  • Internet Technologies & Society 2014 (ITS 2014) — 10/12/2014–12/12/2014

Publication

— authors

Enrico Denti, Roberta Calegari, Marco Prandini

— editors

Piet Kommers, Tomayess Issa, Dian-Fu Chang, Pedro Isaías

— status

published

— sort

paper in proceedings

— publication date

10-12 December 2014

— volume title

5th International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society 2014  (ITS 2014)

— pages

23-30

— number of pages

8

— address

Taipei, Taiwan

— location

New Taipei City

identifiers

— IRIS

11585/399370

— ISBN

978-989-8533-29-6

notes

— note

Best Paper award

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