Datenschutzerklärung|Data Privacy

A. Borusan

04.06.2012, 16 Uhr c.t. TU Berlin, EN building, seminar room EN 719 (7th floor), Einsteinufer 17, 10587 Berlin: "Interactive Visualization of High-Velocity Event Streams" (Uwe Jugel, SAP Dresden)

Today, complex event processing systems enable real-time analysis of high-velocity event streams. Considering their high stream processing efficiency, they provide a promising basis for computing real-time visualization of the streaming data. However, when building real-time visualizations on top of streaming systems, three major challenges arise:

1. Interactive Querying - How to make sure the user gets instant responses to drill-down interactions?

2. Efficient Visualization Processing - How to create the visualization artifacts in the backend/front-end?

3. Efficient Event Stream Distribution - How to multiplex real-time data in mass user scenarios?

In this talk, I will introduce these three problems and provide an outlook how to solve them in the course of my PhD thesis.