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A Homogeneous Reaction Rule Language for Complex Event Processing

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A Homogeneous Reaction Rule Language for Complex Event Processing
Event-driven automation of reactive functionalities for complex event processing is an urgent need in today's distributed service-oriented architectures and Web-based event-driven environments. An important problem to be addressed is how to correctly and efficiently capture and process the event-based behavioral, reactive logic embodied in reaction rules, and combining this with other conditional decision logic embodied, e.g., in derivation rules. This paper elaborates a homogeneous integration approach that combines derivation rules, reaction rules and other rule types such as integrity constraints into the general framework of logic programming, the industrial-strength version of declarative programming. We describe syntax and semantics of the language, implement a distributed web-based middleware using enterprise service technologies and illustrate its adequacy in terms of expressiveness, efficiency and scalability through examples extracted from industrial use cases. The deve...
Adrian Paschke, Alexander Kozlenkov, Harold Boley
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Adrian Paschke, Alexander Kozlenkov, Harold Boley
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