CambridgeSemanticWebGatherings/Meeting/2008-02-12 Gathering

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Chairs: Lee Feigenbaum

Date: February 12, 2008 6pm

Venue: Star Conference Room, Dreyfoos tower, 4th floor, Stata Center, MIT; and the R&D pub.

We will meet up and see some demos in the 'Star' conference room, and after an hour or so retire to the pub on the same floor for even less formal discussion.


 We live in an era of diverse and innumerable sources of immense volumes of streaming data: IP communications (audio, video,  ...), sensor data (environmental, medical, ...), transaction data (retail, financial, ...), etc. With so much continuously flowing data, traditional means of storing and mining data are often inadequate. I'll present a very brief overview of IBM’s System S, which provides a new way of mining meaningful intelligence from way too much streaming data. My main focus for this audience will be System S' use of semantic technologies to support the automatic composition of stream processing applications.

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