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Consistency in a Stream Warehouse

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Consistency in a Stream Warehouse
A stream warehouse is a Data Stream Management System (DSMS) that stores a very long history, e.g. years or decades; or equivalently a data warehouse that is continuously loaded. A stream warehouse enables queries that seamlessly range from realtime alerting and diagnostics to long-term data mining. However, continuously loading data from uncontrolled sources into a realtime stream warehouse introduces a new consistency problem: users want results in as timely a fashion as possible, but “stable” results often require lengthy synchronization delays. In this paper we develop a theory of consistency for stream warehouses that allows for multiple consistency levels, we show how to restrict query answers to a given consistency level, and we show how warehouse maintenance can be optimized using knowledge of the consistency levels required by materialized views.
Lukasz Golab, Theodore Johnson
Added 25 Aug 2011
Updated 25 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where CIDR
Authors Lukasz Golab, Theodore Johnson
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