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Complex Event Processing (CEP)
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Ereignisgesteuerte Informationssysteme benötigen eine systematische und automatische Verarbeitung von Ereignissen: Complex Event Processing (CEP). Expand
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Max von Laue and the discovery of X‐ray diffraction in 1912
From today’s perspective, only a few discoveries are regarded to be as exciting and as ground-breaking as the discovery of X-ray diffraction by crystals. “The undersigned are engaged since 21 AprilExpand
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Reactivity on the web: paradigms and applications of the language XChange
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We introduce the paradigms upon which the high-level language XChange for programming reactive behaviour on the Web relies. Expand
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Rule-Based Composite Event Queries: The Language XChangeEQ and Its Semantics
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We describe the rule-based query language XChangeEQ for detecting composite event detection: it is not sufficient to react to single event messages. Expand
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Rule-based composite event queries: the language XChangeEQ and its semantics
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We describe the rule-based composite event query language XChangeEQ for the Web, focusing on language design and formal semantics. Expand
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Disputed discovery: The beginnings of X-ray diffraction in crystals in 1912 and its repercussions
Abstract The discovery of X-ray diffraction is reviewed from the perspective of the contemporary knowledge in 1912 about the nature of X-rays. Laue‘s inspiration that led to the experiments byExpand
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Two Semantics for CEP, no Double Talk: Complex Event Relational Algebra (CERA) and Its Application to XChange EQ
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We present Complex Event Relational Algebra (CERA), an extended and tailored variant of relational algebra, to represent execution plans for complex event queries in Section 3.4. Expand
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The Dawn of Fluid Dynamics: A Discipline Between Science and Technology
Preface. 1. Diverging Trends before the 20th Century. 2. The Beginnings of Fluid Dynamics in Goettingen, 1904-1914. 3. Aviation and the Rise of Aerodynamics in the World War I. 4. TheExpand
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The Dawn of Fluid Dynamics
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