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Complex Event Processing is technology that allows
applications to process events and discover complex patterns among
multiple streams of real time event data.

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board/community has been set up to discuss all things with Complex
Event Processing, or CEP technology. It was co-founded by David Luckham of Stanford University,
and the author of “The Power of Events”, the leading book on CEP, and
Mark Palmer from Progress Software. It's an open group to discuss
issues about CEP, and has the goal of advancing the technology in the
industry. 

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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 12/28/04; 3:03:42 PM
in the CEP section.

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