The paper titled "Siddhi: A Second Look at Complex Event Processing Architectures" has been presented in Proceedings of the Gateway Computing Environments Workshop (GCE) at Supercomputing 2011 in Seattle, WA, USA. Siddhi was a final year project of '07 batch of University of Moratuwa by a group comprising of Suho, Isuru, Subash, and me. Dr. Srinath Perera, and Ms. Vishaka Nanayakkara supervised the project.
The paper can be found at Siddhi: A Second Look at Complex Event Processing Architectures.
The abstract of the paper is as follows -
Goals of this paper are to critically evaluate decisions taken at CEP design and to present Siddhi CEP Engine that incorporates several improvements uncovered at the discussions. To that end, next section will present a survey of CEP Engine design, and Section 3 will describe Siddhi. Thereafter Section 4 will present a performance comparison of Siddhi and Esper, where latter is an open source, established CEP Engine. The primary contributions of this paper are critical analysis of the CEP Engine design and identifying area for improvements, implementing those improvements, and demonstrating the soundness of those suggestions through empirical evidence. The paper describes how those improvements are achieved through a new CEP called Siddhi.
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