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A stream is a time-ordered sequence of data values. It is possible to define a semantic stream as a time-ordered sequence of metadata, i.e., a concept stream. It may derive from a collection of semantic annotations referred to objects/subjects whose status evolves during a process as in case of product flow in supply chains. Although a concrete added value comes from the annotation of products and processes, several issues are inherited. Particularly, concept streams typically assume a notdoi:10.1016/j.procs.2011.07.118 fatcat:qs4h2j66pfhildt66wx2qhnnzq