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Towards semantic interoperability standards based on ontologies

Laura Daniele
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Iker Esnaola
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Izaskun Fernández
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Östen Frånberg
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Amelie Gyrard
Charbel El Kaed
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Antonio Kung
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Wenbin Li
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Michelle Wetterwald
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This paper is co-authored by an informal group of experts from a broad range of backgrounds, all of whom are active in standards groups, consortia, alliances and/or research projects in the Internet of Things (IoT) space. This paper has two objectives: 1) explain the need for semantic interoperability, 2) provide recommendations for semantic interoperability standards using ontologies. The target audience for this paper are: ● IoT system product owners who need to understand how they can effectively ensure interoperability of their products. ● IoT system and standardization engineers without background in semantic technologies. The document is made available under the ​Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License​.  
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Hamza Baqa, Martin Bauer, Sonia Bilbao, Aitor Corchero, Laura Daniele, et al.. Towards semantic interoperability standards based on ontologies: Semantic Interoperability White Paper. 26 p., 2019, ⟨10.13140/RG.2.2.26825.29282⟩. ⟨emse-02352822⟩
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