Part of the Advances in Database Systems book series (ADBS, volume 36)
LOAD SHEDDING IN DATA STREAM MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
In this chapter, we focus on a fundamental problem that is central to a DSMS. Namely, we investigate the problem of load shedding during temporary overload periods. This problem is not an issue in a traditional DBMS since:
its queries are one-time queries;
its data sources, although large, are static in nature;
there is no support for QoS requirements for query processing.
KeywordsQuery Processing Input Rate Query Result Input Stream Earliest Deadline First
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