Irina Krasimirova Krasteva, Yordan Georgiev Todorov, Stanimir Nedyalkov Stoyanov
Plovdiv University „Paisii Hilendarski“, Plovdiv


Ирина Красимирова Кръстева, Йордан Георгиев Тодоров, Станимир Недялков Стоянов
Пловдивски университет „Паисий Хилендарски“, гр. Пловдив

* Авторите изказват благодарност към научен проект ДО1-221/03.12.2018 „Национален център за високопроизводителни и разпределени пресмятания (НЦВРП) – част от национална пътна карта на България“, за частичното финансиране на настоящата работа.

Abstract: Modern Internet development and synergy between physical and virtual space determine the need to develop Cyber-Physical Spaces (CPS) systems. They enable the physical world to merge with the virtual world. The Virtual Physical Space (ViPS) is an ecosystem of the Internet of Things that is being developed at the DELC Laboratory of the University of Paisii Hilendarski. The Space is the successor to the e-learning environment DeLC, providing electronic learning materials and e-services. ViPS is being developed as a reference architecture that can be adapted to various Cyber-Physical-Social-Space (CPSS) applications. The article will present an intelligent educational multi-agent system called BLISS built on base of ViPS architecture. As part of this system, we will present an electronic school diary based on Blockchain technology, which will limit the ability to manipulate data sensitive to change.
The goal of the system is to assist all participants in the learning process with the help of intelligent agents and at the same time to ensure reliability while preserving content that is sensitive to change.

Keywords: IoT, Cyber-Physical Space, Virtual Physical Space, Blockchain technology, CCA


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