The Event Web Series

Monday Apr 25th 2005 by K. Mani Chandy and Jonathan Lurié Carmona
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A thin layer on top of the World Wide Web called the Event Web (EW) can help you respond to threats and opportunities in your environment. Learn all about this project and its applications.

Discover the Event Web (EW), a thin layer on top of the World Wide Web that is continuously active, monitoring information sources and responding appropriately as conditions change. Developed by the Infospheres Group at the California Institute of Technology, the EW enables Sense and Respond (S&R) applications, a new type of application that continuously responds to critical conditions.

Curious? Check out each of the following EW series articles to learn more. You then can be among the first to build tools to make the EW a reality.

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About the Authors

K. Mani Chandy is the Simon Ramo Professor of Computer Science at the California Institute of Technology, where he has been a professor since 1989, twice holding the office of Executive Officer of the Computer Science Department. Dr. Chandy does research in distributed computing. He has published three books and over a hundred papers.

Jonathan Lurié Carmona is a newly minted doctoral student at the California Institute of Technology, prior to which he was a software professional with numerous certifications: MCT, MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA, MCAD.NET, MCSD.NET, MSF, Java Certified Developer, and IBM XML Certified Developer. He currently researches an area of Computer Science known as Sense & Respond at the Infospheres Research Group.

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