Complex Event Processing (CEP)

, and . research report, PMS-FB-2009-6, PMS-FB-2009-6. Institute for Informatics, University of Munich, (2009)


Event-driven information systems demand a systematic and automatic processing of events. Complex Event Processing (CEP) encompasses methods, techniques, and tools for processing events while they occur, i.e., in a continuous and timely fashion. CEP derives valuable higher-level knowledge from lower-level events; this knowledge takes the form of so called complex events, that is, situations that can only be recognized as a combination of several events.


LMU, Informatik, PMS, Publikationen

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