16
Jan

REBECA (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

REBECA is the REBECA Event Based Electronic Commerce Architecture

“Electronic business demands for new business processes which
integrate various information sources and are automated with minimal
human interaction.”

“The event-based approach facilitates customized information flows and allows to implement business processes in a natural way.”

“The REBECA project aims to provide a new and powerful event-based
architecture for electronic business applications.  A flexible
environment for reconfigurable, distributed applications is offered.”

“The investigated research topics include:

  • Event Models
  • Design of event-based applications
  • Dissemination of events
  • Visual Building Tools”

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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/15/05; 10:06:47 PM
in the CEP section

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