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A study of real-time open data publication strategies

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Cities are increasingly investing in sensors to attain data-driven policies, yet there is no clear strategy how this public sector information should be published as live Open Data. Studies suggest to keep the data moving by using a publish/subscribe model instead of traditional HTTP polling, however, more research is required to know whether this should become the standard method for every use case. Therefore, we are categorizing streams of sensor observations based on the (1) minimum time between two observations, (2) acceptable end-user latency, (3) expected network latency and (4) amount of end-users. A benchmark of streams with different characteristics gives Open Data publishers better insights which strategy to choose. An action plan will be created and disseminated with the 13 biggest cities of Flanders through the Smart Flanders program.
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Smart cities, Open Data, sensor data, semantic web

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Van de Vyvere, Brecht. “A Study of Real-time Open Data Publication Strategies.” The 19th Edition of FEA Research Symposium. Ghent: Ghent University, 2019. Print.
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Van de Vyvere, B. (2019). A study of real-time open data publication strategies. The 19th edition of FEA Research Symposium. Presented at the FEA Research Symposium, Ghent: Ghent University.
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Van de Vyvere, Brecht. 2019. “A Study of Real-time Open Data Publication Strategies.” In The 19th Edition of FEA Research Symposium. Ghent: Ghent University.
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Van de Vyvere, Brecht. 2019. “A Study of Real-time Open Data Publication Strategies.” In The 19th Edition of FEA Research Symposium. Ghent: Ghent University.
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Van de Vyvere B. A study of real-time open data publication strategies. The 19th edition of FEA Research Symposium. Ghent: Ghent University; 2019.
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B. Van de Vyvere, “A study of real-time open data publication strategies,” in The 19th edition of FEA Research Symposium, Ghent, 2019.
@inproceedings{8616842,
  abstract     = {Cities are increasingly investing in sensors to attain data-driven policies, yet there is no clear strategy
how this public sector information should be published as live Open Data. Studies suggest to keep the
data moving by using a publish/subscribe model instead of traditional HTTP polling, however, more
research is required to know whether this should become the standard method for every use case.
Therefore, we are categorizing streams of sensor observations based on the (1) minimum time between two observations, (2) acceptable end-user latency, (3) expected network latency and (4) amount
of end-users. A benchmark of streams with different characteristics gives Open Data publishers better
insights which strategy to choose. An action plan will be created and disseminated with the 13 biggest
cities of Flanders through the Smart Flanders program.},
  author       = {Van de Vyvere, Brecht},
  booktitle    = {The 19th edition of FEA Research Symposium},
  keywords     = {Smart cities,Open Data,sensor data,semantic web},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent},
  publisher    = {Ghent University},
  title        = {A study of real-time open data publication strategies},
  url          = {http://www.fears.ugent.be/booklet.pdf},
  year         = {2019},
}