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When to Trigger Active Rules?

Raman Adaikkalavan, Sharma Chakravarthy
2009 International Conference on Management of Data  
Currently active rules are triggered only when events occur completely.  ...  These rules are termed active rules as they make the underlying application or system such as database management system active capable (i.e., react to changes actively using the push paradigm).  ...  This is a critical issue since active rules associated with an event is triggered iff that event is detected. In other words, an event decides when to trigger the associated active rules.  ... 
dblp:conf/comad/AdaikkalavanC09 fatcat:lp2wc4yfyncelj6wntulmqkn6i

A concurrent rule scheduling algorithm for active rules

Ying Jin, Susan D. Urban, Suzanne W. Dietrich
2007 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
In particular, since a single event can trigger multiple rules that execute over distributed sources of data, it is important to make use of concurrent rule execution whenever possible.  ...  The use of rules in a distributed environment creates new challenges for the development of active rule execution models.  ...  When an event triggers a rule, the triggered rule can trigger other rules, thus forming a cascaded set of rules triggered by this event.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.datak.2006.02.007 fatcat:tinthhzskjbj5lxquozjpkwxcm

Model Checking Active Database Rules under Various Rule Processing Strategies

Eun-Hye Choi, Tatsuhiro Tsuchiya, Tohru Kikuno
2006 IPSJ Digital Courier  
An active database is a database system that can react to internal, as well as external, database events.  ...  active database rules.  ...  Jun Miyazaki, the editor in charge, for his constructive comments to revise our manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.2197/ipsjdc.2.826 fatcat:rusc4v6dczdbpfe3i2yp5cg6ne

Calcium Rules

Cecilia Hidalgo
2017 Circulation  
To face this challenge, I decided to recount my life's journey unveiling some of these rules, a journey that has led me to conclude that this versatile element, so important to the central processes of  ...  H ow does a person pen 1200 words on "calcium rules" when a search for "calcium" in PubMed produces >530 000 references, 15 000 of which are from 2016 alone?  ...  Now we know that first messengers generate complex intracellular Ca 2+ signaling patterns, which by triggering on and off cellular mechanisms leads to changes in Ca 2+ signal amplitude and frequency, generating  ... 
doi:10.1161/circulationaha.117.024244 pmid:28396374 fatcat:oyrkuh6nzrhsraouiradrhsaby

Cadherin rules microvilli

Nicole LeBrasseur
2005 Journal of Cell Biology  
From this position, the kinase can up-regulate channel activity when Ca 2 ϩ influx is frequent.  ...  Weak G␤␥ mutants (middle) have enough Ga to create spontaneous activity; strong G␤␥ mutants (right) do not.Cadherin rules microvillicadherin in flies concentrates not on sticking cells together, say D'Alterio  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb1713iti5 fatcat:pg6j3yclobe5tjirax7uujzq7m

Data Mining Methods for Rule Designing and Rule Triggering in Active Database Systems

Nasrin Kalanat, Mohammad Reza Kangavari
2015 International Journal of Database Theory and Application  
Additionally an ensemble method is proposed to trigger more appropriate ECA rules when the interesting events occurred.  ...  Active database system has been introduced to extend the database functionality.  ...  When interesting events occurred, each model of the ensemble nominates the ECA rule/s to be triggered.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijdta.2015.8.1.05 fatcat:g5dhib422jeyfboh74mkwkil5m

Digitocracy: Ruling and Being Ruled

Alfonso Ballesteros
2020 Philosophies  
Digital man has animal features and is ruled by his brain's reward system. We need to abandon this new form of government and the resulting man.  ...  If those who are ruled acted like machines, data would not be produced on a mass scale, and machine learning would stop learning.  ...  Humans, in so far as we are animals, when triggered by fear or hunger, act (and ask for help) due to this brain's reward system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/philosophies5020009 fatcat:y533snk7ebcxjgwo5ssrsoo6bu

Pathogens reWritE Rho's Rules

Richard D. Hayward, Vassilis Koronakis
2006 Cell  
These effectors directly stimulate host signaling pathways by mimicking activated Ras-like cellular GTPases.  ...  Many bacterial pathogens use a specialized "type III" secretion system to deliver virulence effector proteins into host mammalian cells.  ...  When expressed in cells, Map provoked filopodia formation and nuclear responses characteristic of activated Cdc42, whereas IpgB1 and IpgB2 induced lamellipodia and stress fibers typical of activated Rac  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cell.2005.12.024 pmid:16413475 fatcat:aeieh6bkjnc5fexw57goa2essm

Symbolic verification of ECA rules

Xiaoqing Jin, Yousra Lembachar, Gianfranco Ciardo
2013 Applications and Theory of Petri Nets  
Event-condition-action (ECA) rules specify a decision making process and are widely used in reactive systems and active database systems.  ...  Applying formal verification techniques to guarantee properties of the designed ECA rules is essential to help the error-prone procedure of collecting and translating expert knowledge.  ...  Acknowledgement Work supported in part by UC-MEXUS under grant Verification of active rule bases using timed Petri nets and by the National Science Foundation under grant CCF-1018057.  ... 
dblp:conf/apn/JinLC13 fatcat:dzasgwy4n5fwdftqkrzqw7aklq

Rule contexts in active databases [chapter]

Martin Sköld, Esa Falkenroth, Tore Risch
1995 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
However, rules can be directly activated by activating them into a previously activated context. When rule contexts are deactivated all the rules in that context are disabled from triggering.  ...  The same rule can be activated with different parameters and into several different contexts. Rules in a context are not enabled for triggering until the context is activated.  ...  These kinds of rules are usually always active and are triggered when a method is invoked of an instance of the class.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-60365-4_123 fatcat:cxjc5ko26nezzpy7hq7sjy5lxu

JSON Rules

Adrian Giurca, Emilian Pascalau
2008 Deutsche Jahrestagung für Künstliche Intelligenz  
While the rule engine is enough general, its main purpose is to execute production rules and Event-Condition-Action rules related to the web page DOM processing.  ...  This paper presents a JSON based rule language and its JavaScript-based rule engine towards providing Web 2.0 applications with rule-based inference capabilities.  ...  Opposed to usual rule engines, that stop their activity when no rules can be fired, this stops only when the WorkingMemory exists no more.  ... 
dblp:conf/ki/GiurcaP08 fatcat:kvhuqep5ovhsjpmijgiw6o5kye

Embedded YARA rules: strengthening YARA rules utilising fuzzy hashing and fuzzy rules for malware analysis

Nitin Naik, Paul Jenkins, Nick Savage, Longzhi Yang, Tossapon Boongoen, Natthakan Iam-On, Kshirasagar Naik, Jingping Song
2020 Complex & Intelligent Systems  
The first proposed method utilises fuzzy hashing referred to as enhanced YARA rules in this paper, where if existing YARA rules fails to detect the inspected file as malware, then it is subjected to fuzzy  ...  The second proposed technique called embedded YARA rules utilises fuzzy hashing and fuzzy rules to improve the outcomes further.  ...  In this proposed approach, in addition to the rule triggering condition of String Matching, another rule triggering condition of Fuzzy Hash Matching is added, and related to these two conditions, two fuzzy  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40747-020-00233-5 fatcat:lgtqbzuk7zgvlei6ylrmxletuy

Rainfall rules

Harvey Leifert
2007 Nature Reports: Climate Change  
Scientists expect southern Europe to become increasingly dry, triggering more frequent heat waves and drought, as a result of climate change.  ...  The study represents the first evidence that changes in wind shear could be large enough to counteract the increase in hurricane activity associated with higher sea surface temperatures.  ... 
doi:10.1038/climate.2007.7 fatcat:l7sgwhn33jh67k4tini7cra4ri

Adding rules into database systems

Zdenka Telnarova
2012 Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
on deductive rules and active input processing based on active rules.  ...  In this article we discuss the concept of active and deductive rules and describe a simple model that uses both of them.  ...  Transcription of the declarative deductive rule mentioned above to the trigger (active rule) follows.  ... 
dblp:conf/fedcsis/Telnarova12 fatcat:tk6trw2bjrhrnbqs56evbxbyj4

Neurosymbolic Alerting Rules

Rosemarie Velik, Harold Boley
2010 IEEE transactions on industrial electronics (1982. Print)  
Integrated with perception, decision-making is based on the rule model of RuleML, which computes alerts to relevant building occupants about current opportunities and risks.  ...  A general model of neuro-symbolic alerting rules is developed and exemplified with a use case of building alerts.  ...  When such derivation rules have decided that a particular user is to be alerted, a top-level reaction rule is triggered to send him/her the actual alerting message.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tie.2010.2044113 fatcat:vmeprrpfm5drpffptoouxqphbm
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