"Implementation of a Bitemporal Comlex Event Processor (BiCEP) with H2 and a Compiler for its Language (BiCEPL)"
, in Masterarbeit am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik - Data & Knowledge Engineering, Betreuung: o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Schrefl, unter Anleitung von Mag. Michael Huemer und Dr. Bernd Neumayr: Masterarbeit, 6-2014
Implementation of a Bitemporal Comlex Event Processor (BiCEP) with H2 and a Compiler for its Language (BiCEPL)
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Events and their announcements are ubiquitous today, especially in the World Wide Web. These are of interest as they allow to gain information and knowledge as well as to derive actions and reactions to take. To check all the event announcements manually is a cumbersome task. Fortunately it can be automated - the dissertation Bitemporal Complex Event Processing of Web Event Advertisements by Michael Huemer, 2014, focusses on Web events and introduces an approach for extracting events from the Web, processing them into complex ones and execute actions on their occurrence. This thesis implements parts of Mr. Huemer?s approach: It develops a com- piler for the event and condition-action specification language Bitemporal Complex Event Processing Language (BiCEPL). Moreover a Complex Event Processor (CEP) based on in-memory database system H2 is implemented.