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A Unified Framework for Monitoring Data Streams in Real Time

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A Unified Framework for Monitoring Data Streams in Real Time
Online monitoring of data streams poses a challenge in many data-centric applications, such as telecommunications networks, traffic management, trend-related analysis, webclick streams, intrusion detection, and sensor networks. Mining techniques employed in these applications have to be efficient in terms of space usage and per-item processing time while providing a high quality of answers to (1) aggregate monitoring queries, such as finding surprising levels of a data stream, detecting bursts, and to (2) similarity queries, such as detecting correlations and finding interesting patterns. The most important aspect of these tasks is their need for flexible query lengths, i.e., it is difficult to set the appropriate lengths a priori. For example, bursts of events can occur at variable temporal modalities from hours to days to weeks. Correlated trends can occur at various temporal scales. The system has to discover "interesting" behavior online and monitor over flexible window ...
Ahmet Bulut, Ambuj K. Singh
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICDE
Authors Ahmet Bulut, Ambuj K. Singh
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