Tag Archives: benchmarking

Generating Transport Data

The growing amount of navigation services’ users provide many opportunities to improve driving conditions by making a better use of the road network. However, collecting large quantities of such data can be difficult due to both costs and privacy concerns. TomTom collects large amounts of anonymized traffic data, respecting the user’s right to privacy: https://www.tomtom.com/en_gb/privacy/. […]

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Association Launch Announcement

During the second year of the project, HOBBIT has contacted BDVA with the aim of elaborating the creation of the HOBBIT association under its umbrella. After several rounds of negotiations, Special Group 7 under the existing task force 6 of BDVA was established . The task force focuses on technical aspects and standards for big […]

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Mimicking of Production Machine Event Data

The project HOBBIT aims to provide a platform for technology users, solution providers, and scientific community to assess the fitness of existing solutions for their purposes based on industrial data. The challenge here is to provide a tool to reproducible generate an arbitrary amount of these data for different benchmarks. The solution within HOBBIT is […]

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HOBBIT Benchmarking Platform version 2

We are happy to announce the release of the second version of the HOBBIT Benchmarking Platform. During the last months, we improved the stability of the platform as well as the set of features it supports. The full list of the features implemented in version 2 are listed below. Improved the usability of the platform […]

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Structured Machine Learning Benchmark v2

The second version of the Structured Machine Learning Benchmark is available online. The benchmark is created for the upcoming DEBS Grand Challenge 2018. The challenge is based on marine traffic data and focused on real-time prediction of destination ports and arrival times for vessels, which regularly send their geo coordinates, timestamps, course and other relevant […]

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Benchmarking Versioning Systems with SPVB v2.0

There exist a number of storage benchmarks that test the ability of Linked Data systems to store and query data in an efficient way without addressing the management of data versions. To the best of our knowledge only a limited number of versioning systems (mostly academic) and benchmarks exist for storing versions and testing the […]

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HOBBIT Open Challenges: A New Era II

Continuing from our latest blogpost on Open Challenges, we look into the two remaining Open Challenges organized by the HOBBIT project; there we looked at the OKE and MOCHA open challenges, while here we will dig into  the SQA and StreaML open challenges. The SQA open challenge started in December 2017 and is currently in […]

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HOBBIT Open Challenges: A New Era I

During the second year of the project, the first series of HOBBIT challenges was successfully organized and preparations for the challenges that will run during 2018 have started. HOBBIT is also proud to announce the launch of a series of four HOBBIT Open Challenges. The HOBBIT Open Challenges will ensure continuous participation and systems evaluation. […]

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Concurrent version of the Data Storage Benchmark

In one of our previous blog posts, we presented the approaches regarding the data storage benchmark. We introduced important modifications to the synthetic data generator and the dataset of the Social Network Benchmark, developed in the context of the FP7 Linked Data Benchmarking Council (LDBC), and transformed its SQL queries to SPARQL, all while preserving […]

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