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Replay-based approaches to revision processing in stream query engines

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Replay-based approaches to revision processing in stream query engines
Data stream processing systems have become ubiquitous in academic and commercial sectors, with application areas that include financial services, network traffic analysis, battlefield monitoring and traffic control. The append-only model of streams implies that input data is immutable and therefore always correct. But in practice, streaming data sources often contend with noise (e.g., embedded sensors) or data entry errors (e.g., financial data feeds) resulting in erroneous inputs and by implication, erroneous query results. Many data stream sources (e.g., Reuters ticker feeds) issue "revision tuples" (revisions) that amend previously issued tuples (e.g. erroneous share prices). A stream processing engine might reasonably respond to revision inputs by generating revision outputs that correct previously emitted query results. We know of no stream processing system that presently has this capability. In this paper, we describe how a stream processing engine can be extended to ...
Anurag Maskey, Mitch Cherniack
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where EDBT
Authors Anurag Maskey, Mitch Cherniack
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