THIS LECTURE REPLACES A PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED LECTURE FOR 
THIS TIME SLOT.



 
                        Department of Mathematics
                           University of Haifa
 
                                COLLOQUIUM
 
  SPEAKER: Prof. Daniel Keren (Haifa University)
 
  TOPIC: Geometric Methods for Monitoring Distributed Streams
 
  DATE: Tuesday, March 29th, 2011.
 
  TIME: 4:10 PM.
 
  PLACE  Room 614 on the 6th floor of the Science & Education Building
                    (opposite the main building), University of Haifa.
 
Abstract
Monitoring distributed data streams is the focus of much research in
recent years, with applications in dynamic, distributed database systems
and sensor networks. Most solutions, however, deal with monitoring simple
aggregated values, such as the frequency of appearance of items in the
streams. More involved challenges, such as dynamic feature selection, or
generally monitoring non-linear functions, are yet to be solved. In this
talk I will present a general approach to this problem, based on studying
the geometric properties of the domain of the monitored functions.
 
Joint work with Assaf Schuster, Izchak Sharfman, Guy Sagy, Amir Abboud,
Avishay Livne, David Ben-David.
 
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