Eclipse CDT (C/C++ Development Tools) is a set of Eclipse plug-ins which provide a fully functional C and C++ Integrated Development Environment based on the Eclipse platform. CDT includes support for source code navigation through tools that show type hierarchy, call hierarchy, include files, syntax highlighting, and others.
This article explains how to configure Eclipse CDT to develop C++ primitive operators with IBM® InfoSphere® Streams Studio.
One of the drivers of big data is the increasing instrumentation and connectivity of all kinds of devices known as the “Internet of Things” or IoT. Sensors on these connected devices can give a wealth of data about their current condition, observations and location. This data can be stored and mined for insights on what happened and why, but it is much more useful and valuable to be able to analyse and act on it as it happens in real time. This post discusses using Streams as an important component of an IoT architecture and considerations for where it is applicable.
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Parameters allow operators to be invoked different in order to yield different results. The parameter mode specifies what should be provided as a value to the parameter when invoking an operator. The following examples show how to define the parameter mode, how it is used within the operator and how to provide a value for the parameter when invoking an operator.
IBM InfoSphere Streams Accelerating Deployments with Analytic Accelerators is now available here. This redbook is focused on developing applications for Streams using the toolkits that are shipped with IBM InfoSphere Streams. If you need to know about: geospatial, time series, XML processing, complex event processing, integrating with BigInsights, IBM WebSphere MQ, SPSS or DataStage, analyzing text, writing your own Java operator, using the IBM Accelerators for Social Data Analytics or Telecommunications Event Data Anayltics, this redbook has information to help you. To put this another way, if you are creating a Streams application read this book. The chapters are: