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Representation and Processing of Instantaneous and Durative Temporal Phenomena

by   Manolis Pitsikalis, et al.

Event definitions in Complex Event Processing systems are constrained by the expressiveness of each system's language. Some systems allow the definition of instantaneous complex events, while others allow the definition of durative complex events. While there are exceptions that offer both options, they often lack of intervals relations such as those specified by the Allen's interval algebra. In this paper, we propose a new logic based temporal phenomena definition language, specifically tailored for Complex Event Processing, that allows the representation of both instantaneous and durative phenomena and the temporal relations between them. Moreover, we demonstrate the expressiveness of our proposed language by employing a maritime use case where we define maritime events of interest. Finally, we analyse the execution semantics of our proposed language for stream processing and introduce the `Phenesthe' implementation prototype.


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