Data Warehouse for Event Streams Violating Rules

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In this presentation, we discuss how a data warehouse can support situational awareness and data forensic needs for investigation of event streams violating rules. The data warehouse for event streams can contain summary tables showing rule violation on different aggregation level. We will introduce the classification of rules and the concept of a general aggregation graph for defining various classes of rules violation and their relationships. The data warehouse system containing various rule violation aggregations will allow the data forensics experts to have the ability to “drill-down” into event data across different data warehouse dimensions. The event stream real-time processing and other software modules can also use the summarizations to discover if current events bursts satisfy rules by comparing them with historic event bursts.

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Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences

The Journal of Poznan University of Technology

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