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CER is co-organising the Reasoning about ACtions and Events over Streams Workshop


In order to obtain timely insights and implement reactive and proactive measures, many contemporary applications require reasoning about actions and events over streams of continuously arriving data. For example, in a wide range of applications, critical activities are formalised as events that have to be detected in real-time, or even forecast ahead of time. The workshop aims to bring together researchers working in a variety of areas, such as knowledge representation, machine learning, database systems, complexity theory, distributed systems and business process modeling, and thus foster community building on reasoning on actions and events over streams.

Reasoning about ACtions and Events over Streams