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PNUTS: Yahoo!'s hosted data serving platform
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We describe PNUTS, a massively parallel and geographically distributed database system for Yahoo!'s web applications, and present experimental results. Expand
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Filtering algorithms and implementation for very fast publish/subscribe systems
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Publish/subscribe is the paradigm in which users express long-term interests (“subscriptions”) and some agent “publishes” events (e.g., offers). Expand
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Composite Subscriptions in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Systems
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We have developed an expressive content-based subscription language that is derived from the requirements of event-driven, decentralized workflow management and business process execution scenarios. Expand
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A Unified Approach to Routing, Covering and Merging in Publish/Subscribe Systems Based on Modified Binary Decision Diagrams
The challenge faced by content-based publish/subscribe systems is the ability to handle a vast amount of dynamic information with limited system resources. In current p/s systems, each subscriptionExpand
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The PADRES Distributed Publish/Subscribe System
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This paper describes a new distributed content-based publish/subscribe system called PADRES and presents a powerful business-based approach for workflow management built on the PAD RES messaging substrate. Expand
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The PADRES Publish/Subscribe System
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This chapter introduces PADRES, the publish/subscribe model with the capability to correlate events, uniformly access data produced in the past and future, balance the traffic load among brokers, and handle network failures. Expand
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Quantifying aspects in middleware platforms
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We show that, through the quantification of aspects in the legacy implementations, the modularity of middleware architecture is greatly hindered by the ubiquitous existence of tangled logic. Expand
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S-ToPSS: Semantic Toronto Publish/Subscribe System
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Pub/sub systems try to solve the problem of selective information dissemination. Expand
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Building Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Systems with Distributed Hash Tables
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In this paper we propose an approach to building content–based publish/subscribe systems on top of distributed hash table (DHT) systems. Expand
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TPC-DI: The First Industry Benchmark for Data Integration
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The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) released the first version of its data integration benchmark, TPC-DI in January 20145. Expand
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