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LifeStream: A High-performance Stream Processing Engine for Waveform Data

@article{Jayarajan2020LifeStreamAH,
  title={LifeStream: A High-performance Stream Processing Engine for Waveform Data},
  author={Anand Jayarajan and Kimberly Hau and Andrew Goodwin and Gennady Pekhimenko},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.00192}
}
Hospitals around the world collect massive amount of physiological data from their patients every day. Recently, there has been increasing research interest to subject this data into statistical analysis for gaining more insights and providing improved medical diagnoses. Enabling such advancements in healthcare require efficient data processing systems. In this paper, we show that currently available data processing solutions either fail to meet the performance requirements or lack simple and… 
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