Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

GEM – an interpreted language for event monitoring. The paper discusses the effect of communications delays on composite
event detection and presents a tree based solution for dealing with
out-of-order event arrivals at event monitors. 

This is one approach to a problem so common in complex event systems
that it must be addressed by any system claiming to handle more than
simple event processing.- goto

originally Posted to by David Soul on 2/16/04; 12:12:45 AM
in the CEP section.

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