Tuning complex event processing rules using the prediction-correction paradigm

  title={Tuning complex event processing rules using the prediction-correction paradigm},
  author={Yulia Turchin and Avigdor Gal and Segev Wasserkrug},
There is a growing need for the use of active systems, systems that act automatically based on events. In many cases, providing such active functionality requires materializing (inferring) the occurrence of relevant events. A widespread paradigm for enabling such materialization is Complex Event Processing (CEP), a rule based paradigm, which currently relies on domain experts to fully define the relevant rules. These experts need to provide the set of basic events which serves as input to the… CONTINUE READING
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