Week of 01/27/2008 - 02:00 to 02/03/2008 - 01:59
At the moment I'm spec'ing out semantic extensions for an algebraic language for an environment monitoring system. Sensor endpoints send raw measurement data into a concentrator. There these values are value-added, i.e. checked for plausibility and flagged appropriately, maybe re-measured after a new calibration cycle. At a central server the raw data is then aggregated into more abstract concepts, such as a "sliding mean value over the last 6 hours", or "ozon strain on plants". This is where the algebraic language kicks in. It operates on time series.
This was too good to leave it unprotected on the open Internet. With some editing.
You know you are from QLD when...
- Both of your parents were born in another state.
- You are unsure if you're a racist or not because you have never met someone from outside Australia.
- You are generally confused why someone would choose to live where the weather is as bad as it is in Melbourne.
- You don't own an umbrella.
- You believe 3rd degree sunburn from a solarium in the middle of winter will make you look more attractive. And your girlfriend thinks it does...
Finally, the wait is over. Here another set for your despairment.
I have an increasingly hard time to hide my impatience with the progress, or actually non-progress, or actually regress of the CTM standardization.
Before I kill somebody (and my list is long) and as compensation I followed up the idea to draft a COBOL Topic Maps notation. It was probably born on #topicmaps, maybe also in one of the SC34 meetings. We do weird things there.