Being Logical or Going with the Flow? A Comparison of Complex Event Processing Systems

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Conference Proceedings (fully refereed)
5
2014
Alevizos
Alevizos E. and Artikis A.
Complex event processing (CEP) is a field that has drawn significant attention in the last years. CEP systems treat incoming information as flows of time-stamped events which may be structured according to some underlying pattern. Their goal is to extract in real-time those patterns or even learn the patterns which could lead to certain outcomes. Many CEP systems have already been implemented, sometimes with significantly different approaches as to how they represent and handle events. In this paper, we compare the widely used Esper system which employs a SQL-based language, and RTEC which is a dialect of the Event Calculus.
Software and Knowledge Engineering Laboratory (SKEL)
Conference Short Name: 
SETN 2014
Conference Full Name: 
8th Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Conference Country: 
GR:Greece
Conference City: 
Ioannina
Conference Venue: 
Conference Center "Karolos Papoulias"
Conference Date(s): 
Thu, 15/05/2014 - Sat, 17/05/2014
Conference Level: 
National
Editor(s): 
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Publisher: 
Springer International Publishing
Publication Series: 
0302-9743
Volume: 
8445
Page Start: 
460
Page End: 
474
ISBN Code: 
PRINT:978-3-319-07063-6, ONLINE:978-3-319-07064-3

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