SWiM 2003 Web Page

SWiM (Stream Winter Meeting) 2003 occured at Stanford on January 9th.  The meeting addressed issues in applications and query processing for streaming data -- that is continuous, unbounded data produced by network, sensor, financial and other applications.

Attendees at the meeting included researchers, faculty, and students from groups working on stream processing:

Grown Ups Students
Hari Balakrishnan (MIT)
Alex Buchman (Technical University Darmstadt)
Ugur Cetintemel (Brown Univeristy)
Mitch Cherniack (Brandeis Univeristy)
David DeWitt (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Mike Franklin (UC Berkeley)
Johannes Gehrke (Cornell University)
Ted Johnson (AT&T Labs)
Dave Maier (OGI)
Rajeev Motwani (Stanford Univeristy)
Mirek Riedewald (Cornell)
Dennis Shasha (NYU)
Mike Stonebraker (MIT)
Jennifer Widom (Stanford University)
Carlo Zaniolo (UCLA)
Stan Zdonik (Brown Univeristy)
Arvind Arasu (Stanford University)
Brian Babcock (Stanford University)
Shivnath Babu (Stanford University)
Magdalena Balazinska (MIT)
Jennifer Beckham (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Don Carney (Brown University)
Sirish Chandrasekaran (UC Berkeley)
Abhinandan Das (Cornell)
Alin Dobra (Cornell)
Sailesh Krishnamurthy (UC Berkeley)
Alberto Lerner (NYU)
Sam Madden (UC Berkeley)
Chris Olston (Stanford University)
Vassilis Papadimos (OGI)
Mehul Shah (UC Berkeley)
Nesime Tatbul (Brown University)
Feng Tian (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Pete Tucker (OGI)
Haixun Wang (UCLA/IBM)
Yunyue Zhu (NYU)

The meeting was divided into five "panels": applications, languages, engines, approximation, and benchmarks.  Slides from the presenters in each panel are shown below, along with scribe notes taken by students during each session.

  1. Applications (Moderator:  Mike Stonebraker)
  2. Languages (Moderator:  Jennifer Widom)
  3. Engines(Moderator:  Michael Franklin)
  4. Approximation and QOS (Moderator:  Mitch Cherniak)
  5. Benchmarks  (Moderator:  Dave Maier)