Query Processing, Resource Management, and Approximation in a Data Stream Management System

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This paper describes our ongoing work developing the Stanford Stream Data Manager (STREAM), a system for executing continuous queries over multiple continuous data streams. The STREAM system supports a declarative query language, and it copes with high data rates and query workloads by providing approximate answers when resources are limited. This paper describes specific contributions made so far and enumerates our next steps in developing a general-purpose Data Stream Management System.

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@inproceedings{Motwani2003QueryPR, title={Query Processing, Resource Management, and Approximation in a Data Stream Management System}, author={Rajeev Motwani and Jennifer Widom and Arvind Arasu and Brian Babcock and Shivnath Babu and Mayur Datar and Gurmeet Singh Manku and Chris Olston and Justin Rosenstein and Rohit Varma}, year={2003} }