Using DeepProbLog to perform Complex Event Processing on an Audio Stream

Abstract In this paper, we present an approach to Complex Event Processing (CEP) that is based on DeepProbLog. This approach has the following objectives: (i) allowing the use of subsymbolic data as an input, (ii) retaining the flexibility and modularity on the definitions of complex event rules, (iii) allowing the system to be trained in an end-to-end manner and (iv) being robust against noisily labelled data. Our approach makes use of DeepProbLog to create a neuro-symbolic architecture that combines a neural network to process the subsymbolic data with a probabilistic logic layer to allow the user to define the rules for the complex events. We demonstrate that our approach is capable of detecting complex events from an audio stream. We also demonstrate that our approach is capable of training even with a dataset that has a moderate proportion of noisy data.
  • Marc Roig Vilamala (Cardiff)
  • Tianwei Xing (UCLA)
  • Harrison Taylor (Cardiff)
  • Luis Garcia (UCLA)
  • Mani Srivastava (UCLA)
  • Lance Kaplan (ARL)
  • Alun Preece (Cardiff)
  • Angelika Kimmig (Cardiff)
  • Federico Cerutti
Date Oct-2021
Venue 1st International Joint Conference on Learning & Reasoning, 2021