Optimal event monitoring through internet mashup over multivariate time series

Chun Kit Ngan, Alexander Brodsky

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Abstract

The authors propose a Web-Mashup Application Service Framework for Multivariate Time Series Analytics (MTSA) that supports the services of model definitions, querying, parameter learning, model evaluations, data monitoring, decision recommendations, and web portals. This framework maintains the advantage of combining the strengths of both the domain-knowledge-based and the formal-learning-based approaches and is designed for a more general class of problems over multivariate time series. More specifically, the authors identify a general-hybrid-based model, MTSA - Parameter Estimation, to solve this class of problems in which the objective function is maximized or minimized from the optimal decision parameters regardless of particular time points. This model also allows domain experts to include multiple types of constraints, e.g., global constraints and monitoring constraints. The authors further extend the MTSA data model and query language to support this class of problems for the services of learning, monitoring, and recommendation. At the end, the authors conduct an experimental case study for a university campus microgrid as a practical example to demonstrate our proposed framework, models, and language.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)46-69
Number of pages24
JournalInternational Journal of Decision Support System Technology
Volume5
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 1 2013

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Multivariate Time Series
Time series
Internet
Monitoring
Recommendations
Microgrid
Web Portal
Model Evaluation
Global Constraints
Parameter Learning
Query Language
Domain Knowledge
Knowledge-based
Web Application
Model
Data Model
Query languages
Parameter Estimation
Objective function
Parameter estimation

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  • Computer Science(all)
  • Modeling and Simulation

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