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Stream Data Management

By Nauman Chaudhry , Kevin Shaw , Mahdi Abdelguerfi

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3872-4393-1
  • 188 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: March 30, 2006
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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Researchers in data management have recently recognized the importance of a new class of data-intensive applications that requires managing data streams, i.e., data composed of continuous, real-time sequence of items. Streaming applications pose new and interesting challenges for data management systems. Such application domains require queries to be evaluated continuously as opposed to the one time evaluation of a query for traditional applications. Streaming data sets grow continuously and queries must be evaluated on such unbounded data sets. These, as well as other challenges, require a major rethink of almost all aspects of traditional database management systems to support streaming applications. Stream Data Management comprises eight invited chapters by researchers active in stream data management. The collected chapters provide exposition of algorithms, languages, as well as systems proposed and implemented for managing streaming data. Stream Data Management is designed to appeal to researchers or practitioners already involved in stream data management, as well as to those starting out in this area. This book is also suitable for graduate students in computer science interested in learning about stream data management.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Preface.
  2. Introduction to Stream Data Management.
  3. Query Execution and Optimization.
  4. Filtering, Punctuation, Windows and Synopses.
  5. XML & Data Streams.
  6. CAPE: A Constraint
  7. Aware Adaptive Stream Processing Engine.
  8. Time Series Queries in Data Stream Management Systems.
  9. Managing Distributed Geographical Data Streams with the GIDB Protal System.
  10. Streaming Data Dissemination Using Peer
  11. Peer Systems.
  12. Index.

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