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Paper Review: The CQL continuous query language: semantic foundations and query execution

Title and Author of Paper The CQL continuous query language: semantic foundations and query execution. Arasu et al. Summary CQL is a derivation of the SQL query language developed for running continuous queries over streams of data. The goals of the system are to provide a precise set of language semantics for running such continuous stream workloads. The paper starts by defining precise abstract semantics for continuous queries that cover two data types — streams and relations — and three classes of operators: ones that produce a relation from a stream, one that produces a relation from other relations, and one that produces a stream from a relation. [Read More]