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Semantic enabled complex event language for business process monitoring

Liu, Dong; Pedrinaci, Carlos and Domingue, John (2009). Semantic enabled complex event language for business process monitoring. In: The 6th Annual European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2009), 1 Jun 2009, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

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Efforts are being made to enable business process monitoring and analysis through processing continuously generated events. Several ontologies and tools have been defined and implemented to allow applying general-purpose Business Process Analysis techniques to specific domains. On this basis, a Semantic Enabled Monitoring Event Language (SEMEL) is proposed to facilitate defining complex queries over monitoring data so as to interleave temporal and ontological reasoning. In this paper, the formal semantics of SEMEL is discussed, and the implementation approach of SEMEL interpreter is also briefly described, which encompasses translation into an operational language.

Item Type: Conference Item
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Extra Information: 4th International Workshop on Semantic Business Process Management collocated with ESWC 2009, 31 May to 4 June 2009 on Crete, Greece. Workshop Day June 1, 2009

Martin Hepp and Nenad Stojanovic (Eds.): Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Semantic Business Process Management (SBPM2009), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, Vol. (to be assigned), ISBN 978-1-60558-513-0, ACM Press, 2009.
Keywords: semantics; complex event language; event pattern; business process; monitoring
Academic Unit/Department: Knowledge Media Institute
Interdisciplinary Research Centre: Centre for Research in Computing (CRC)
Item ID: 24438
Depositing User: Kay Dave
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2010 10:04
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2016 21:32
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