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KREAM@ICCS2013

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Presentation made at ICCS2013 Barcelona in June 2013.

Presentation made at ICCS2013 Barcelona in June 2013.

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  • 1. Jaakko Lappalainen Computer Science department University of Alcalá, Spain
  • 2. Overview • • • • • • • • The problem Proposed approach The method Results Conclusions Strengths and weaknesses Future work Questions
  • 3. The problem • Researchers focus on a particular time frame and scope for testing their hypotheses. • But the conclusions of the research are projected to the future. • Paradox: the work that predicts things for tomorrow, becomes a snapshot of what happened until today.
  • 4. Proposed approach • New data relevant to some hypotheses gets continuously aggregated as time passes. • With common semantics, it can be combined or related to other datasets. • Represent the hypothesis as programs that are executed repeatedly.
  • 5. The method • The case of study – Lenten, L. J., & Moosa, I. A. (2003). An empirical investigation into long-term climate change in Australia. Environmental Modelling & Software, 18(1), 59-70. • The authors claim that the temperature series has some a trend feature.
  • 6. The method (II) • Let’s find some data sources. – ACORN-SAT, from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. This uses LD!! – NOAA weather data, not in LD but easy to parse… • Periodically ingest data (e.g., into a relational database) • An R script checks if the trend on the data has changed… • Ingested data is semantically tagged…
  • 7. Results • We are checking for Lenten & Moosa’s hypothesis every week. – More extensive time scope. – Wider geographical scope, to all data available for Australia. • The snapshot becomes a movie. • Executable paper
  • 8. Conclusions • The tools we already have allows us to use large-scale computation infrastructures easily to support science. – The agINFRA project • Massive data ingestion. • Data integration and interlinking. • User-tailored service execution.
  • 9. Strengths • Data availability – The data is ingested (from LD sources, but not only) and published. • Data interoperability – The data is not stored by itself. • Actionable data – Ready to be addressed, used and generate new actionable data.
  • 10. Weaknesses • Represent ‘science inquiry’ as a data model is not trivial. • CPU-consuming tasks are even more consuming.
  • 11. Future work • Further dataset interlinking – More plural value for physical parameters. – Dataset value error detection. • Advance in hypothesis representation – Machine readable research processes.
  • 12. Questions?
  • 13. Thank you very much! jkk.lapp@uah.es