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This  paper (Karthikeyan Bhargavan and Carl A. Gunter of the University of
Pennsylvania) describes some key of the requirements for event
recognition for black box monitoring of packet-mode communication
protocols, particularly protocols built on the Internet Protocol (IP).

protocols produce packets as low-level events but analysis typically
focuses on properties derived from collections of packets that are
amalgamated to produce high-level events. The authors argue that a new
language is appropriate for this task and describe a collection of
requirements for the language. – goto
origianlly Posted to by David Soul on 2/15/04; 8:02:17 PM
in the CEP section.

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