Load shedding techniques for data stream management systems

@inproceedings{Zdonik2007LoadST,
  title={Load shedding techniques for data stream management systems},
  author={Stan Zdonik and Emine Nesime Tatbul},
  year={2007}
}
of “Load Shedding Techniques for Data Stream Management Systems” by Emine Nesime Tatbul, Ph.D., Brown University, May 2007. In recent years, we have witnessed the emergence of a new class of applications that must deal with large volumes of streaming data. Examples include financial data analysis on feeds of stock tickers, sensor-based environmental monitoring, and network traffic monitoring. Traditional database management systems (DBMS) which are very good at managing large volumes of stored… CONTINUE READING

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