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Project Summary

Complex Event Processing, or CEP, is technology to process events and discover complex patterns among multiple streams of event data. ESP stands for Event Stream Processing and deals with the task of processing multiple streams of event data with the goal of identifying the meaningful events within those streams, and deriving meaningful information from them.

The Esper engine has been developed to address the requirements of applications that analyze and react to events.

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30 Day Summary

Dec 30 2019 — Jan 29 2020

12 Month Summary

Jan 29 2019 — Jan 29 2020
  • 120 Commits
    Down -15 (11%) from previous 12 months
  • 4 Contributors
    Up + 2 (100%) from previous 12 months

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