Semantic Rule-Based Complex Event Processing
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- Teymourian K., Paschke A. (2009) Semantic Rule-Based Complex Event Processing. In: Governatori G., Hall J., Paschke A. (eds) Rule Interchange and Applications. RuleML 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5858. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
One of the critical success factors of event-driven systems is the capability of detecting complex events from simple and ordinary event notifications. Complex events which trigger or terminate actionable situations can be inferred from large event clouds or event streams based on their event instance sequence, their syntax and semantics. Using semantics of event algebra patterns defined on top of event instance sequences for event detection is one of the promising approaches for detection of complex events. The developments and successes in building standards and tools for semantic technologies such as declarative rules and ontologies are opening novel research and application areas in event processing. One of these promising application areas is semantic event processing. In this work we describe our research on semantic rule-based complex events processing.
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