Minos Garofalakis, Professor at the School of ECE, delivered the Keynote Address at the 4th International Conference on Process Mining (ICPM 2022) in October 2022 held in Bozen-Bolzano (Italy).
The talk was about “Complex-Event Mining over Centralized and Distributed Data Streams”
Abstract of the keynote: Massive, continuous data streams arise naturally in emerging large-scale event monitoring scenarios (such as enabling observability for complex distributed systems, or network-operations monitoring in large ISPs), where usage information from numerous devices needs to be continuously collected and analyzed for interesting trends and real-time reaction to different conditions (e.g., anomalies, hotspots, or DDoS attacks). Such applications raise important memory-, time-, and communication- efficiency issues, making it critical to carefully optimize the use of available computation and communication resources. In this talk, he will provide an overview of centralized and distributed data streaming models and some of the key algorithmic tools in the space of streaming complex-event mining, along with relevant applications and directions for future research.