Contributions to Books:
A. Mileo, M. Dao-Tran, T. Eiter, M. Fink:
in: "Encyclopedia of Database Systems",
L. Liu, M.T. M. Tamer (ed.);
Springer Science+Business Media,
Stream Reasoning refers to inference approaches and deduction mechanisms which are concerned with
providing continuous inference capabilities over dynamic data. The paradigm shift from current batch-
like approaches towards timely and scalable stream reasoning leverages the natural temporal order in data
streams and applies windows-based processing to complex deduction tasks that go beyond continuous
query processing such as those involving preferential reasoning, constraint optimization, planning, uncertainty, non-monotonicity, non-determinism, and solution enumeration.
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