Data Support Services for Real-time Linked Dataspaces
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The objective of a Real-time Linked Dataspace is to support a real-time response from intelligent systems to situations of interest when a set of events take place within a smart environment. In addition to the obvious need for real-time data processing support services, there is also the need for the fundamental data support services one would expect in a dataspace support platform. This part of the book discusses the enhanced data support services developed for the Real-time Linked Dataspace to support data management for intelligent systems within smart environments. The goal of these services is to support a real-time dataspace system to get up and running with a low overhead for administrative setup costs (e.g. catalog, entity management, search and query, and data service discovery). Each of the support services has been specifically designed for and evaluated within Internet of Things-based smart environments. This chapter provides a high-level overview of the data support services discussed in Part II and details their tiered service levels. This chapter is structured as follows: Sect. 5.2 provides a brief overview of the pay-as-you-go data support services covered in this part of the book, while Sect. 5.3 details how the services support the 5 star scheme. A summary is provided in Sect. 5.4.
KeywordsDataspaces Incremental data management Data services
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