Blindly redirecting this page all over is not the proper action. I do wonder, however, why in this case this particular company gets the main "CSK" spot. Given a full ten entries on the disambiguation page, I do not really see this company as particularly standing out from the crowd. My opinion would be that this article should be moved to "CSK corporation " or "CSK company ", or some such, and the disambiguation moved here.
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Related Info Overview Continuous queries are a common interface for monitoring dynamically changing data, including data streams. Applications include tracking financial trends, network health monitoring, and sensor deployments. In the STREAM project at Stanford, we have built a comprehensive prototype system that supports rich, declarative continuous queries over data streams.
In this talk I will focus on continuous aggregation queries and address the following three problem settings. A large number of queries: Here a primary challenge is to share resources e. Limited memory: Here the challenge is to design algorithms for maintaining approximate statistics making the best use of available memory.
Distributed systems: Here a primary challenge is to minimize communication while correlating events on distributed streams. I will conclude with a brief summary of my other work, including continuous query language design and semantics, and characterizing memory requirements for continuous queries.
Jennifer Widom. He received his M. His research interests are broadly in the area of information management. They include query processing and optimization, web information management, and information extraction.
Continuous Queries over Data Streams