Supporting Mobility in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Middleware

@inproceedings{Fiege2003SupportingMI,
  title={Supporting Mobility in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Middleware},
  author={Ludger Fiege and Felix C. Freiling and Oliver Kasten and Andreas Zeidler},
  booktitle={Middleware},
  year={2003}
}
Publish/subscribe (pub/sub) is considered a valuable middleware architecture that proliferates loose coupling and leverages reconfigurability and evolution. Up to now, existing pub/sub middleware was optimized for static systems where users as well as the underlying system structure were rather fixed. We study the question whether existing pub/sub middleware can be extended to support mobile and location-dependent applications. We first analyze the requirements of such applications and… CONTINUE READING
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