Distributed content-based publish-subscribe middleware provides the
decoupling, flexibility, expressiveness, and scalability required by
highly dynamic distributed applications, e.g., mobile ones.
Nevertheless, the available systems exploiting a distributed event
dispatcher are unable to rearrange dynamically their behavior to adapt
to changes in the topology of the dispatching infrastructure.

originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/18/04; 1:07:20 AM
in the CEP section.

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