HKD-SHO: A hybrid smart home system based on knowledge-based and data-driven services

Mingming Qiu, Elie Najm, Rémi Sharrock, Bruno Traverson
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence (cs.AI), Machine Learning (cs.LG)
2024-02-15 00:00:00
A smart home is realized by setting up various services. Several methods have been proposed to create smart home services, which can be divided into knowledge-based and data-driven approaches. However, knowledge-based approaches usually require manual input from the inhabitant, which can be complicated if the physical phenomena of the concerned environment states are complex, and the inhabitant does not know how to adjust related actuators to achieve the target values of the states monitored by services. Moreover, machine learning-based data-driven approaches that we are interested in are like black boxes and cannot show the inhabitant in which situations certain services proposed certain actuators' states. To solve these problems, we propose a hybrid system called HKD-SHO (Hybrid Knowledge-based and Data-driven services based Smart HOme system), where knowledge-based and machine learning-based data-driven services are profitably integrated. The principal advantage is that it inherits the explicability of knowledge-based services and the dynamism of data-driven services. We compare HKD-SHO with several systems for creating dynamic smart home services, and the results show the better performance of HKD-SHO.
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