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 Beate Ottenwälder

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Publication years2012-2016
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June 2016 DEBS '16: Proceedings of the 10th ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event-based Systems
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Geo-distributed Situation Awareness applications are large in scale and are characterized by 24/7 data generation from mobile and stationary sensors (such as cameras and GPS devices); latency-sensitivity for converting sensed data to actionable knowledge; and elastic and bursty needs for computational resources. Fog computing [7] envisions providing computational resources close ...
Keywords: fog computing, situation awareness applications, programming model, cloud computing, the internet of things

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December 2014 Middleware Posters and Demos '14: Proceedings of the Posters & Demos Session
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A recent trend in communication networks---sometimes referred to as fog computing---offers to execute computational tasks close to the access points of the networks. This enables mobile Complex Event Processing (CEP) middlewares to significantly reduce end-to-end latencies and bandwidth usage by migrating operators when event sources and consumers change their location. ...
Keywords: complex event processing, mobility, migration

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August 2014 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) - Special Issue on Event Recognition: Volume 14 Issue 1, July 2014
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With the proliferation of mobile devices and sensors, complex event proceesing (CEP) is becoming increasingly important to scalably detect situations in real time. Current CEP systems are not capable of dealing efficiently with highly dynamic mobile consumers whose interests change with their location. We introduce the distributed mobile CEP (MCEP) ...
Keywords: complex event processing, moving range queries, Mobility, migration

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May 2014 DEBS '14: Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems
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An appealing use case of complex event processing (CEP) systems is for mobile users to react in real-time to events in their environment, e.g., to the occurrence of a dangerous situation such as an accident. Maintaining mobile CEP systems is highly resource intensive since in many cases events need to ...
Keywords: complex event processing, query optimization, mobility

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August 2013 MCC '13: Proceedings of the second ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Mobile cloud computing
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The ubiquitous deployment of mobile and sensor devices is creating a new environment, namely the Internet of Things(IoT), that enables a wide range of future Internet applications. In this work, we present Mobile Fog, a high level programming model for the future Internet applications that are geospatially distributed, large-scale, and ...
Keywords: fog computing, future internet applications, situation awareness applications, programming model, cloud computing, internet of things

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June 2013 DEBS '13: Proceedings of the 7th ACM international conference on Distributed event-based systems
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With the proliferation of mobile devices and sensors, mobile situation awareness is becoming an important class of applications. The key requirement of this class of applications is low-latency processing of events stemming from sensor data in order to provide timely situational information to mobile users. To satisfy the latency requirement, ...
Keywords: complex event processing, situation awareness, mobility

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June 2013 DEBS '13: Proceedings of the 7th ACM international conference on Distributed event-based systems
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A recent trend in communication networks --- sometimes referred to as fog computing --- offers to execute computational tasks close to the access points of the networks. This enables real-time applications, like mobile Complex Event Processing (CEP), to significantly reduce end-to-end latencies and bandwidth usage. Most work studying the placement ...
Keywords: complex event processing, mobility, migration

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July 2012 DEBS '12: Proceedings of the 6th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems
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Up to now, correlations in complex event processing (CEP) systems are detected by a well defined set of operators, whose configuration is determined ahead of deployment time. Although CEP operators involve location specific attributes, state of the art systems are heavily constrained in detecting situations where the interest in a ...
Keywords: mobility, complex event processing, moving range queries



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