This Web site aims at providing information about Stream Reasoning, the multidisciplinary area that focus on reasoning over highly dynamic flows of data.
How to contribute to the Web site
The Web site is maintained with a communitary effort, so if you want to contribute and add new content to the Web site, you are warmly invited to contact us at updates-at-streamreasoning.org.
Adding an event
Please report us the information about the stream-reasoning related events. You can either:
- Send us title, date and URL of the event; or
- Ask for a page where to describe your event. Contact us and we can discuss the possibility to assign your event one page. The page should satisfy some conditions (e.g., the page is strictly related to the event and its structure should be aligned to the other ones hosted in the Web site).
Adding a project
There are two possible ways to add your work to the Web site:
- Insert a link to the project Web site. To make it happens, send us the name of the project, the relative category (Software, Benchmark, etc.), a brief description (at most 160 characters) and the URL of the project. We will take care to add it to the list.
- A dedicated page for your project (if your project has not one). Contact us to discuss the possibility to assign you one page of the Web site where you can describe your project. The page should satisfy some conditions (e.g., the page is strictly related to the project, its structure should be aligned to the other ones hosted in the Web site).
This Web site accepts links to data and software, but it does not offer space. Please rely on our GitHub page (read more at this link) or other solutions to host and share your resources (e.g., GitHub/Bitbucket for OSS software).
You can join the mailing list on Stream Reasoning at this link
You can join the slack group on Stream Reasoning at this link
- Marco Balduini
- Jean-Paul Calbimonte
- Peter Wetz