Valentin Siegert

Valentin Siegert
Technische Universität Chemnitz · Department of Computer Science

Master of Science

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April 2018 - present
Technische Universität Chemnitz
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Security of Distributed Software, Tutorial

Publications

Publications (7)
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To address the All the Agents Challenge (ATAC), we developed a solution for an Industry 4.0 use-case scenario that allows autonomous agents to reason on knowledge graphs, perceive, decide and act for reaching their goals, and coordinate the whole process in their Web of Things (WoT) environments. Our approach integrates the research works performed...
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Tests, evaluations, and solution comparisons in complex use cases are often realized by creating a testbed for a domain of use cases and solutions. Web-based testbeds add key advantages like results sharing, remote test execution, and collaboration. Focusing on their research objectives, creators see their testbeds as a means to that end. The resul...
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This article details the idea of Crowdsourced Reverse Engineering (CSRE) by analysing three major challenges: (1) automatic task extraction, (2) source code anonymization and (3) results aggregation and quality control. We re-formulate the Reverse Engineering activity of concept assignment as a crowdsourced classification task to exemplify these ch...
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In open multi-agent systems, linked data enables agents to communicate with each other and to gather knowledge for autonomous decision. Until now, trust is a factor for starting communications and ignores doubts about the content or context of ongoing communications. Several approaches are used to identify whom to trust and how human trust can be c...
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The World Wide Web represents a tremendous source of knowledge, whose amount constantly increases. Open Data initiatives and the Semantic Web community have emphasized the need to publish data in a structured format based on open standards and ideally linked to other data sources. But that does not necessarily lead to error-free information and dat...