An ECA Rule-Matching Service for Simpler Development of Reactive Applications

@inproceedings{Ipia2001AnER,
  title={An ECA Rule-Matching Service for Simpler Development of Reactive Applications},
  author={Diego L{\'o}pez de Ipi{\~n}a},
  year={2001}
}
  • Diego López de Ipiña
  • Published 2001
This paper describes the implementation of a CORBA-based EventCondition-Action (ECA) Rule Matching Service. This service complements the standard CORBA Notification Service with a Composite Event Matching Engine. The originality of this work resides on having leveraged on the pattern matching capabilities of a Production Systems Programming Language, i.e. CLIPS, for the implementation of the event correlation and aggregation process. A powerful ECA Rule Specification Language, easily mapped to… CONTINUE READING
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