General Information

When:   Tue/Thu 11:00am-12:15 pm
Where: 6513 Sennott Square Building
Instructors: Prof. Panos K. Chrysanthis (contact)
Prof. Alexandros Labrinidis (contact)

Purpose: The focus of this seminar course is on Data Stream Management. It aims to expose participants to the new data processing paradigm when the volume of updates is essentially too high for regular database systems to keep up with. In particular, it will study current approaches and techniques for efficient management of Continuous Queries (CQ) on such data streams with emphasis to CQ scheduling and load shedding.
Prereq: Graduate status and familiarity with graduate level database/OS/network courses, or permission of the instructor.
Enrollment: max 18 students (10 currently registered)
Textbook: There is no textbook for this class. Instead, we will examine research papers from recent conferences and journals. The papers will be made available on the web page

Nov 19: Short project progress reports in class.
Nov 14: New papers posted.
Oct 29: Eddies paper posted.
Oct 22, 27: Project Status Reports
Oct 20: Sam Madden talk.
Oct 14: Class devoted to preparing project proposals; due in class on Oct 15.
Oct 13: Fall break; Monday's class is moved to Tuesday, Oct 14.
Oct 1: Posted first batch of load shedding papers.
Sep 30: Discussion of term projects during class.
Sep 16: Posted papers on aggregation.
Sep 16: Both papers on Aurora were posted
Sep 3: First day the class will meet
Aug 20: No class on Aug 25 and 27 due to VLDB