Hi Dominik, I think you are hitting a bug. The greedy quantifier does not work well if applied for the last element of a pattern. There is a jira issue to improve support for greedy qualifier.
You could work it around with adding an additional state at the end. E.g. : Pattern.begin[AccelVector](EventPatternName, AfterMatchSkipStrategy.skipPastLastEvent()) .where(_.data() > Threshold) .oneOrMore .greedy .consecutive() .next("b") .where(BooleanConditions.true()) .within(Time.minutes(1)) Best, Dawid  https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLINK-10587 On 25/03/2020 10:07, Dominik Wosiński wrote: > P.S. > So now my pattern looks like this: > > Pattern.begin[AccelVector](EventPatternName, > AfterMatchSkipStrategy.skipPastLastEvent()) > .where(_.data() > Threshold) > .oneOrMore > .greedy > .consecutive() > .within(Time.minutes(1)) > > > śr., 25 mar 2020 o 10:03 Dominik Wosiński <wos...@gmail.com> napisał(a): > >> Hey, thanks for the answer. >> >> But if I add the *AfterMatchSkipStrategy* it simply seems to emit event >> by event so in the case described above it does emit: ,  >> Shouldn't the *greedy* quantifier guarantee that this will be matched as >> many times as possible thus creating [400, 500] ?? >> >> Thanks again. >> Best Regards, >> Dom. >>
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