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Stream Processing Environmental Applications in Jordan Valley
Iyad Ahmad Aldasouqi, Jalal Atoum
Pages - 1 - 13     |    Revised - 31-03-2011     |    Published - 04-04-2011
Volume - 5   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - March / April 2011  Table of Contents
Stream Processing, Environment Metrological Data, Sensors
Database system architectures have been gone through innovative changes, specially the unifications of algorithms and data via the integration of programming languages with the database system. Such an innovative changes is needed in Stream-based applications since they have different requirements for the principal of stream data processing system. For example, the monitoring component requires query processing system to detect user-defined events in a timely manner as in real time monitoring system. Furthermore, stream processing fits a large class of new applications for which conventional DBMSs fall short since many stream-oriented systems are inherently geographically distributed and the distribution offers a scalable load management and higher availability. This paper presents statistical information about metrological data such as the weather, soil and evapotranspiration as collected by the weather stations distributed in different locations in Jordan Valley. In addition, it shows the importance of Stream Processing in some real life applications, and shows how the database systems can help researcher in building prototypes that can be implemented and used in a continuous monitoring system.
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Mr. Iyad Ahmad Aldasouqi
RSS - Jordan
Professor Jalal Atoum
Princess Sumaya University for Technology - Jordan