Data Management

Rule-Based Multi-Query Optimization

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Executive Summary

Data stream management systems usually have to process many long-running queries that are active at the same time. Multiple queries can be evaluated more efficiently together than independently, because it is often possible to share state and computation. Motivated by this observation, various Multi-Query Optimization (MQO) techniques have been proposed. However, these approaches suffer from two limitations. First, they focus on very specialized workloads. Second, integrating MQO techniques for CQL-style stream engines and those for event pattern detection engines is even harder, as the processing models of these two types of stream engines are radically different.

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