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Context-Aware Event Stream Analytics

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Context-Aware Event Stream Analytics
Complex event processing is a popular technology for continuously monitoring high-volume event streams from health care to traffic management to detect complex compositions of events. These event compositions signify critical “application contexts” from hygiene violations to traffic accidents. Certain event queries are only appropriate in particular contexts. Yet state-of-the-art streaming engines tend to execute all event queries continuously regardless of the current application context. This wastes tremendous processing resources and thus leads to delayed reactions to critical situations. We have developed the first context-aware event processing solution, called CAESAR, which features the following key innovations. (1) The CAESAR model supports application contexts as first class citizens and associates appropriate event queries with them. (2) The CAESAR optimizer employs context-aware optimization strategies including context window push-down strategy and query workload sha...
Olga Poppe, Chuan Lei, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Dani
Added 02 Apr 2016
Updated 02 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where EDBT
Authors Olga Poppe, Chuan Lei, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Daniel J. Dougherty
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