Retrospective Event Processing
Retrospective event processing is the detection of patterns on past events i.e., not done when the event occur, this can be done as part of existing event processing.
Situation Reinforcement: An event pattern designates the possibility that a business situation has occurred; in order to provide positive or negative reinforcement, as part of the on-line pattern detection, there is a need to find complementary pattern in order to assert or refute the occurrence of the situation.
Retrospective Context. In regular cases, contexts to start and look for patterns start with a certain event, and go forward until either some event occurs, or the context expires. There are cases in which the arrival of an event indicates the end of the context,...
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