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Semantic Massage Addressing based on Social Cloud Actor's Interests
Reem M. Bahgat, Akram Ibrahim Salah, Hamada I. Abdul Wakeil
Pages - 43 - 52     |    Revised - 15-01-2012     |    Published - 21-02-2012
Volume - 6   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - February 2012  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Semantic Web, Short Message Service, Semantic Message Addressing
ABSTRACT
Wireless communication with Mobile Terminals has become popular tools for collecting and sending information and data. With mobile communication comes the Short Message Service (SMS) technology which is an ideal way to stay connected with anyone, anywhere anytime to help maintain business relationships with customers. Sending individual SMS messages to long list of mobile numbers can be very time consuming, and face problems of wireless communications such as variable and asymmetric bandwidth, geographical mobility and high usage costs and face the rigidity of lists. This paper proposes a technique that assures sending the message to semantically specified group of recipients. A recipient group is automatically identified based on personal information (interests, work place, publications, social relationships, etc.) and behavior based on a populated ontology created by integrating the publicly available FOAF (Friend-of-a-Friend) documents. We demonstrate that our simple technique can first, ensure extracting groups effectively according to the descriptive attributes and second send SMS effectively and can help combat unintentional spam and preserve the privacy of mobile numbers and even individual identities. The technique provides fast, effective, and dynamic solution to save time in constructing lists and sending group messages which can be applied both on personal level or in business.
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Professor Reem M. Bahgat
- Egypt
Associate Professor Akram Ibrahim Salah
- Egypt
Mr. Hamada I. Abdul Wakeil
Minia University - Egypt
hamada_mbsoft@yahoo.com