Adaptive Control of Extreme-scale Stream Processing Systems

@article{Amini2006AdaptiveCO,
  title={Adaptive Control of Extreme-scale Stream Processing Systems},
  author={Lisa Amini and Navendu Jain and Anshul Sehgal and Jeremy Silber and Olivier Verscheure},
  journal={26th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={71-71}
}
Distributed stream processing systems offer a highly scalable and dynamically configurable platform for time-critical applications ranging from real-time, exploratory data mining to high performance transaction processing. Resource management for distributed stream processing systems is complicated by a number of factors processing elements are constrained by their producer-consumer relationships, data and processing rates can be highly bursty, and traditional measures of effectiveness, such as… CONTINUE READING
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