Matthias Großmann

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Techniques for efficient and distributed processing of huge, unbound data streams have made some impact in the database community. Sensors and data sources, such as position data of moving objects, continuously produce data that is consumed, e.g., by location-aware applications. Depending on the domain of interest, e.g. visualization, the processing of such(More)
With the increasing use of sensor technology, the compression of sensor data streams is getting more and more important to reduce both the costs of further processing as well as the data volume for persistent storage. A popular method for sensor data compression is to smooth the original measurement curve by an approximated curve, which is bounded by a(More)
This demo shows several advanced use cases of location-based services and demonstrates how these use cases are facilitated by a mediation middleware for spatial information, the Nexus Platform. The scenario shows how a mobile user can access location-based information via so called Virtual Information Towers, register spatial events, send and receive(More)