Aggregation for implicit invocations

  title={Aggregation for implicit invocations},
  author={Sebastian Frischbier and Alessandro Margara and Tobias Freudenreich and Patrick Th. Eugster and David M. Eyers and Peter R. Pietzuch},
Implicit invocations are a popular mechanism for exchanging information between software components without binding these strongly. This decoupling is particularly important in distributed systems when interacting components are not known until runtime. In most realistic distributed systems though, components require some information about each other, be it only about their presence or their number. Runtime systems for implicit invocations--so-called publish/subscribe systems--are thus often… CONTINUE READING
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