Engineering Event-Based Systems with Scopes

  title={Engineering Event-Based Systems with Scopes},
  author={Ludger Fiege and Mira Mezini and Gero M{\"u}hl and Alejandro P. Buchmann},
Event notification services enable loose coupling and they are therefore becoming an essential part of distributed systems’ design. However, the development of event services follows the early stages of programming language evolution, disregarding the need for efficient mechanisms to structure event-based applications. In this paper, the wellknown notion of scopes is introduced to event-based systems. We show that limiting the visibility of events is a simple yet powerful mechanism that allows… CONTINUE READING
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