Georgiou, Michalis (2019) SEMANTIC HYPERCAT. Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.

The rapidly increasing number of sensor networks and smart devices contributed to the generation of a huge number of information. Information that is generated by several sources and is available indifferent formats highlights interoperability as one of the key preconditions for the success of the Internet of Things (IoT). Hypercat is a specification defining a JSON-based catalogue, designed to serve the needs of the industry. In this thesis, I extend the existing work on semantic enrichment of Hypercat by defining a JSON-LD based catalogue. The proposed JSON-LD specification offers a mapping mechanism among JSON and JSON-LD catalogues, while highlighting the fact that JSON-LD could be seamlessly adopted by the Hypercat community.

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