Towards a streaming SQL standard

@article{Jain2008TowardsAS,
  title={Towards a streaming SQL standard},
  author={Namit Jain and Shailendra Mishra and Anand Srinivasan and Johannes Gehrke and Jennifer Widom and Hariharan Balakrishnan and Ugur Çetintemel and Mitch Cherniack and Richard Tibbetts and Stanley B. Zdonik},
  journal={PVLDB},
  year={2008},
  volume={1},
  pages={1379-1390}
}
This paper describes a unification of two different SQL extensions for streams and its associated semantics. We use the data models from Oracle and StreamBase as our examples. Oracle uses a time-based execution model while StreamBase uses a tuple-based execution model. Time-based execution provides a way to model simultaneity while tuple-based execution provides a way to react to primitive events as soon as they are seen by the system. The result is a new model that gives the user control… CONTINUE READING

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