D-Spheres (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

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Messaging and  Dependency-Spheres are novel extensions to standard
middleware for messaging and object transaction processing.”

“Conditional Messaging allows an application to define, monitor, and
evalutate various conditions on messages, such as time constraints on
the receipt or the processing of a message …”

“Conditional Messaging uniquely shifts the responsibilities for
implementing the management of conditions on messages from an
application to the middleware.”

“Dependency-Spheres extend the conventional model of distributed object transactions to include conventional messages.”

“A D-Sphere allows

  • to demarcate object requests of standard object transactions and a set of conditional messages in a single atomic unit-of work
  • to send messages to remote destinations at any point in time during the course of an ongoing transaction
  • to make the outcome of object requests and object transactions dependent on the outcome of conditional messages, and vice versa”

Posted by David Soul on 1/15/05; 4:38:36 PM
in the CEP section.

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