STREAM: the stanford stream data manager (demonstration description)

@inproceedings{Arasu2003STREAMTS,
  title={STREAM: the stanford stream data manager (demonstration description)},
  author={A. Arasu and B. Babcock and S. Babu and Mayur Datar and K. Ito and I. Nishizawa and Justin Rosenstein and J. Widom},
  booktitle={SIGMOD '03},
  year={2003}
}
STREAM is a general-purpose relational Data Stream Management System (DSMS). STREAM supports a declarative query language and flexible query execution plans. It is designed to cope with high data rates and large numbers of continuous queries through careful resource allocation and use, and by degrading gracefully to approximate answers as necessary. A description of language design, algorithms, system design, and implementation as of late 2002 can be found in [3]. The demonstration focuses on… Expand
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