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Intelligent Event Processing

  1. 1. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Plenary Session Intelligent Event Processing Dr. Yiannis Verginadis Information Management Unit Institute of Communication and Computer Systems National Technical University of Athens
  2. 2. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grContext Event Processing
  3. 3. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grContext Conceptual Modeling in Complex Event Detection Event-Driven Processing Session 1 Session 2 Event Stream Processing Modeling Processing Logic in Event Processing Event Processing Languages Distributed Reasoning for Events Ambient Intelligence Applications Business Activity Monitoring Session 3 Other Domains Intelligent Event Processing
  4. 4. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Operating in the Global Event Cloud COMMANDS for Intelligent Event Processing
  5. 5. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grChallenges: Modeling Events and Intelligent Event Processing  What is an Event?  Evolution to Event Processing and Intelligent Event Processing.  The Global Event Cloud.  What are the problems in the traditional Event Processing?  Why / How intelligence can help? Representing Complex Events  Are the current representation mechanisms enough? Logic Based Modeling for Application Systems
  6. 6. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Event Causality - HORIZONTAL
  7. 7. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Event Causality - VERTICAL
  8. 8. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grChallenges: Processing What is missing in the current approaches?  Robust, Scalable, Disambiguation in Streaming Techniques Data Processing and Events  Data Streams and Ordered XPath  Data Grids with Policy Orientation Interactions in Event-Based Context  Architectural propositions  Distributed CEP The Role of Logic in Event Processing
  9. 9. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr COMPLEX Event Detection
  10. 10. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Distributed Reasoning for Events
  11. 11. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grChallenges: Applications Gaining Reactivity for Rich Internet Applications Specifications of Federated Event-Driven Systems Support for Challenging Event-Driven Environments  Virtual Organizations, are their collaborative culture sufficient?  Collaboration Patterns Business Processes Optimization Pervasive Computing  Are current Event Semantics enough?
  12. 12. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr On-the-FLY Process Evolution
  13. 13. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr Event Monitoring for Keeping the Human in CONTROL
  14. 14. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.grExpected Goals Identify research and industrial challenges  That can be addressed by Intelligent Event Processing  Focus on two cluster topics in break-out sessions (Logic Based, Distributed EP) Develop a (hopefully) self-sustainable community  To share experiences  To develop a digital social network  more than a mailling list  To publish a special issue of a journal and/or a book  To keep the momentum and continue related activities To enjoy the workshop
  15. 15. Information Management Unit / ICCS of NTUA www.imu.iccs.gr The End Thank you for your attention!!!

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