Brenda Praggastis

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While streaming data have become increasingly more popular in business and research communities, semantic models and processing software for streaming data have not kept pace. Traditional semantic solutions have not addressed transient data streams. Semantic web languages (e.g., RDF, OWL) have typically addressed static data settings and linked data(More)
We employ techniques from topological data analysis to model sensor networks. Our approach to sensor integration uses the topological method of sheaves over cell complexes. The internal consistency of data from individual sensors is determined by a set of consistency functions assigned to elements of the complex. Using these functions we determine, for any(More)
Stream reasoning is an exciting multidisciplinary research area that combines stream processing and semantic reasoning. Its goal is to not only process a dynamic data stream, but also to extract explicit and implicit information on-the-fly. One of its challenges is managing history awareness: how much and which historical data should be held and for how(More)
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