Assistant Professor Susel Fernandez receives the Presentation Award of KICSS 2015
Category：Award｜Publishing : November 18, 2015
Assistant Professor Susel Fernandez (Takayuki Ito Laboratory) receives the Presentation Award of KICSS 2015 (The Tenth International Conference on Knowledge, Information and Creativity Support Systems) held in Phuket, Thailand for November 12-14, 2015.
The tile of her thesis is "Improving Driving Environment through a Multi-Agent Architecture Using Sensor Information in a General Traffic Ontology".
In this paper, a multiagent system using ontologies to improve the driving environment is proposed. The system performs different tasks in automatic way to increase the driver safety and comfort using sensor information. The architecture of the proposed system consists of four interconnected layers. At the bottom is the sensor layer, in which the different sensors collect the information related to the traffic environment. The next one is the ontological layer, where we have developed a general ontology of the domain of road traffic in OWL. Finally in the upper layer are the agents, who perform their tasks accessing the information stored in the ontology through SPARQL queries.