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Maximizing the sustained throughput of distributed continuous queries

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Maximizing the sustained throughput of distributed continuous queries
Monitoring systems today often involve continuous queries over streaming data, in a distributed collaborative system. The distribution of query operators over a network of processors, and their processing sequence, form a query configuration with inherent constraints on the throughput it can support. In this paper we propose to optimize stream queries with respect to a version of throughput measure, the profiled input throughput. This measure is focused on matching the expected behavior of the input streams. To prune the search space we used hill-climbing techniques that proved to be efficient and effective. Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.2 DATABASE MANAGEMENT Miscellaneous General Terms: Algorithms, Performance
Ioana Stanoi, George A. Mihaila, Themis Palpanas,
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CIKM
Authors Ioana Stanoi, George A. Mihaila, Themis Palpanas, Christian A. Lang
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