Stream Graph

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The actual data flow of a streaming operation, consisting of a chain of stream nodes, each of which is a small software machine that applies some relational operation to its input data stream(s) to produce is output data stream(s). Nexus nodes are defined by a CREATE STREAM statement. They are freestanding nodes to which other stream graphs can connect and disconnect, in order to receive or deliver data.