Composite Subscriptions in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Systems

  title={Composite Subscriptions in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Systems},
  author={Guoli Li and Hans-Arno Jacobsen},
Distributed publish/subscribe systems are naturally suited for processing events in distributed systems. However, support for expressing patterns about distributed events and algorithms for detecting correlations among these events are still largely unexplored. Inspired from the requirements of decentralized, event-driven workflow processing, we design a subscription language for expressing correlations among distributed events. We illustrate the potential of our approach with a workflow… CONTINUE READING
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