This demo presents a use case from the energy management domain. It builds upon previous work on approximate semantic matching of heterogeneous events and compares two semantic matching scenarios: exact and approximate. It illustrates how a large number of exact matching event subscriptions are needed to match heterogeneous power consumption events. It then demonstrates how a small number of approximate semantic matching subscriptions are needed but possibly with a lower true positives/negatives performance. The demo is delivered via the COLLIDER approximate event processing engine currently under development in DERI.
& Curry, E.
(2013). Demo: Approximate Semantic Matching in the COLLIDER Event Processing Engine. Proceedings of the 7th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems, 337-338.