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High-level declarative scripting languages are considered to be an effective tool for specification and execution of complex analytical data processing scenarios as they can hide the complexity of underlying heterogeneous processing environment. A growing demand to process huge amounts of data under real-time requirements as well as advanced similaritybased models raises the need in approximate processing. We discuss architecture of an extendable system for optimization and execution ofdblp:conf/syrcodis/YaryginaN14 fatcat:vfmcacoygzbslgl7rc74zhvwy4