Integrating Linked Sensor Data for On-line Analytical Processing On-The-Fly

TitreIntegrating Linked Sensor Data for On-line Analytical Processing On-The-Fly
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsGuilavogui, K, Kjiri, L, Fredj, M
EditorElMohajir, M, AlAchhab, M, Chahhou, M
Conference Name2014 THIRD IEEE INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM IN INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (CIST'14)
PublisherIEEE; IEEE Comp Soc; IEEE Commun Soc; IEEE Morocco Sect; IEEE Morocco Comp & Commun Joint Chapter; UAE IEEE Student Branch; Univ Abdelmalek Essaadi; ENSA Tetouan
ISBN Number978-1-4799-5979-2
Abstract

Sensor networks are gaining more and more attention in the current technology landscape. It is undeniable that their use allows a better monitoring of events that occur in the real world. Many sensors have been deployed for monitoring applications such as environmental monitoring, and traffic monitoring. A number of governments, corporates, and academic organizations or agencies hold independently sensor systems that generate a large amount of dynamic information from data sources with various formats of schemas and data. They are making this sensor data openly accessible by publishing it as Linked Sensor Data (LSD) on the Linked Open Data (LOD) cloud. LSD is the concept that defines the publication of public or private organization sensor data without restrictions. This is achieved by transforming raw sensor observations to RDF format and by linking it with other datasets on the LOD cloud. The seamless integration of LSD sources from multiple providers is a great challenge. In this paper, we investigate the possibility of integrating diverse LSD sources using the hybrid ontology approach for on-line analytical processing (OLAP) on-the-fly. With such an ontology-based integration framework, organizations or individuals will have greater opportunity to make their respective analysis based on a large amount of sensor data openly accessible on the Web.

Revues: 

Partenaires

Localisation


Location map

Suivez-nous sur

  

Contactez-nous

ENSIAS

Avenue Mohammed Ben Abdallah Regragui, Madinat Al Irfane, BP 713, Agdal Rabat, Maroc

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "icone fax" Télécopie : (+212) 5 37 77 72 30

    Compteur de visiteurs:280,082
    Education - This is a contributing Drupal Theme
    Design by WeebPal.