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A data stream language and system designed for power and extensibility

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A data stream language and system designed for power and extensibility
By providing an integrated and optimized support for user-defined aggregates (UDAs), data stream management systems (DSMS) can achieve superior power and generality while preserving compatibility with current SQL standards. This is demonstrated by the Stream Mill system that, through is Expressive Stream Language (ESL), efficiently supports a wide range of applications--including very advanced ones such as data stream mining, streaming XML processing, time-series queries, and RFID event processing. ESL supports physical and logical windows (with optional slides and tumbles) on both built-in aggregates and UDAs, using a simple framework that applies uniformly to both aggregate functions written in an external procedural languages and those natively written in ESL. The constructs introduced in ESL extend the power and generality of DSMS, and are conducive to UDA-specific optimization and efficient execution as demonstrated by several experiments. Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.2....
Yijian Bai, Hetal Thakkar, Haixun Wang, Chang Luo,
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CIKM
Authors Yijian Bai, Hetal Thakkar, Haixun Wang, Chang Luo, Carlo Zaniolo
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