Christian Neuenstadt

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The paper contributes to the recent efforts on temporalizing and streamifiying ontology based data access (OBDA) by discussing aspects of rewritability, i.e., compilability of the TBox into ontology-level queries, and unfoldability, i.e., transformability of ontology-level queries to queries on datasource level, for the new query-language framework STARQL.(More)
Ontology-based query answering has to be supported w.r.t. secondary memory and very expressive ontologies to meet practical requirements in some applications. Recently, advances for the expressive DL SHI have been made in the dissertation of S. Wandelt for conceptbased instance retrieval on Big Data descriptions stored in secondary memory. In this paper we(More)
Rational agents perceiving data from a dynamic environment and acting in it have to be equipped with capabilities such as decision making, planning etc. We assume that these capabilities are based on query answering with respect to (high-level) streams of symbolic descriptions, which are grounded in (low-level) data streams. Queries need to be answered(More)
Real-time processing of data coming from multiple heterogeneous data streams and static databases is a typical task in many industrial scenarios such as diagnostics of large machines. A complex diagnostic task may require a collection of up to hundreds of queries over such data. Although many of these queries retrieve data of the same kind, such as(More)
1 Motivations and Challenges Accessing the relevant data in Big Data scenarios is increasingly difficult both for end-user and IT-experts, due to the volume, variety, and velocity dimensions of Big Data.This brings a hight cost overhead in data access for large enterprises. For instance, in the oil and gas industry, IT-experts spend 30–70% of their time(More)
Integration, access, and analyses of streaming data plays an important role in predictive and reactive diagnostics of turbines and other large appliances in Siemens Energy. In this demo we will show how semantic technologies implemented in the ontology-based data access platform OPTIQUE can help in enhancing these tasks. We will demonstrate how to deploy(More)
Real-time analytics that requires integration and aggregation of heterogeneous and distributed streaming and static data is a typical task in many industrial scenarios such as diagnostics of turbines in Siemens. OBDA approach has a great potential to facilitate such tasks; however, it has a number of limitations in dealing with analytics that restrict its(More)
In large companies such as Siemens and Statoil monitoring tasks are of great importance, e.g., Siemens does monitoring of turbines and Statoil of oil behaviour in wells. This tasks bring up importance of both streaming and historical (temporal) data in the Big Data challenge for industries. We present the Optique project that addresses this problem by(More)
Real-time processing of data coming from multiple heterogeneous data streams and static databases is a typical task in many industrial scenarios such as diagnostics of large machines. A complex diagnostic task may require a collection of up to hundreds of queries over such data. Although many of these queries retrieve data of the same kind, such as(More)