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Interfaces and Algorithms for a Wide-Area Event Notification Service (2000)  by Antonio Carzaniga, David S. Rosenblum, Alexander L. Wolf
Abstract:
The components of a loosely-coupled system are typically designed to
operate by generating and responding to asynchronous events. An event
notification service is an application-independent infrastructure that
supports the construction of event-based systems, whereby generators of
events publish event notifications to the infrastructure and consumers
of events subscribe with the infrastructure to receive relevant
notifications. The two primary services that should be provided to
components…
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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/18/04; 1:11:50 AM
in the CEP section

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