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Colloquium Computer Science, Dr. Arno Knobbe

16 September 2013

Date:                           Monday, September 16th 2013

Speaker:                     Dr. Arno Knobbe, Universiteit Leiden

Room:                         5161.0267 (Bernoulliborg)

Time:                           16.00

Title : 'Massive time series analysis in the InfraWatch project'


The InfraWatch project revolves around data from a sensor network placed
on a Dutch highway bridge, and the analysis of this data, in order to
understand degradation of the bridge over time. This so-called Structural
Health Monitoring requires one to analyse large quantities of data, and
model the different ways in which a bridge responds to changes in traffic
and climate. In this talk I will discuss the various ways in which we
analyse the data for significant patterns, and how this analysis might
lead to indicators of bridge health. Specifically, I will cover the
challenges of having several Terabytes of sensor data to analyse.

Colloquium coordinators are Prof.dr. M. Aiello (e-mail : ) and
Prof.dr. M. Biehl (e-mail: )

Last modified:07 June 2018 10.59 a.m.

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