The large volume of data which is made available in an IoT environment does not necessarily mean applications can take effective decisions directly or make correct interpretations. For example, a single vehicle reporting a low speed is not always an indication of a traffic jam.
The main functionality of the Planner component is “solving” problems. As such, its nature is depended on the reasoning approach that COSMOS follows. We developed an ontology-based Case-Base Reasoning Planner and adopted the Flat Memory and the Category Exemplar model. When the Planner “senses” a situation or accepts a query, it means that there is a new problem to solve.
Privelets component is an essential part of the COSMOS chain. Things are able to communicate with each other as well as with COSMOS platform and thus expose information linked to the end-user and his/her environment.
The µCEP (micro Complex Event Processing) Engine is provided in different flavours. You can download ready-to-use binary files for several platforms at our COSMOS GitHub repositories, or simpler, just deploy a Docker container and start using it. Alternatively, you can clone the source code and compile it yourself.
COSMOS has released the second version of the project newsletter, covering advancements from February 2015 to December 2015, including progress items, use cases demonstration, publications drafting and events attendance.
In COSMOS, we propose a novel method which combines the predictive power of Machine Learning with the processing capability of Complex Event Processing in order to predict complex events which provide the basis for Pro-active IoT6 applications.
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