semantic web, stream reasoning, data stream management system, wireless sensor netowork
State-of-the-art security frameworks have been extensively addressing security issues for web resources, agents and services in the Semantic Web. The provision of Stream Reasoning as a new area spanning Semantic Web and Data Stream Management Systems has eventually opened up new challenges. Namely, their decentralized nature, the metadata descriptions, the number of users, agents, and services, make securing Stream Reasoning systems difficult to handle. Thus, there is an inherent need of developing new security models which will handle security and automate security mechanisms to a more autonomous system that supports complex and dynamic relationships between data, clients and service providers. We plan to validate our approach on a typical application of stream data, on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). In particular, WSNs for water quality monitoring will serve as a case study. The paper describes the initial findings and research plan for building a consistent security model for stream reasoning systems.
Aliti, Admirim; Jajaga, Edmond; and Sevrani, Kozeta
"A need for an integrative security model for semantic stream reasoning systems,"
International Journal of Business and Technology: Vol. 6
, Article 1.
Available at: https://knowledgecenter.ubt-uni.net/ijbte/vol6/iss3/1