ER Designer Toolkit: A Graphical Event Definition Authoring Tool

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Karampiperis
P. Karampiperis, G. Mouchakis, G. Paliouras, V. Karkaletsis
Currently there exist several tools for Complex Event Recognition, varying from design platforms for business process modeling (BPM) to advanced Complex Event Processing (CEP) engines. Several efforts have been reported in literature aiming to support domain experts in the process of defining event recognition (ER) rules. However, few of them offer graphical design environments for the definition of such rules, limiting the broad adoption of ER systems. In this paper, we present a graphical Event Definition Authoring Tool, referred to as the Event Recognition Designer Toolkit (ERDT) with which, a domain expert can easily design event recognition rules on temporal data and produce standalone Event Recognizers.
Software and Knowledge Engineering Laboratory (SKEL)
Publication Name: 
Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS)
Volume: 
13(1)
Page Start: 
115
Page End: 
123

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