The advent of very large scale distributed applications in the form of peer-to-peer systems, introduced new problems caused by their intrinsic dynamic behavior (i.e., nodes continuously joining and leaving the system). Such problems inhibit the usage of many techniques developed for quasi-static distributed systems. In this paper we analyze the behavior of a simple subscription-flooding based algorithm for publish/subscribe in a highly dynamic environment. Specifically we define the problem of keeping a list of processes matching a given event (Event Distribution List) complete and accurate. We propose a simple variant of the subscription flooding approach, introducing expiration of subscriptions and their periodic refresh, and show how it can maintain accurate and complete EDLs in a dynamic distributed system. © 2006 IEEE.

The advent of very large scale distributed applications in the form of peer-to-peer systems, introduced new problems caused by their intrinsic dynamic behavior (i.e., nodes continuously joining and leaving the system). Such problems inhibit the usage of many techniques developed for quasi-static distributed systems. In this paper we analyze the behavior of a simple subscription-flooding based algorithm for publish/subscribe in a highly dynamic environment. Specifically we define the problem of keeping a list of processes matching a given event (Event Distribution List) complete and accurate. We propose a simple variant of the subscription flooding approach, introducing expiration of subscriptions and their periodic refresh, and show how it can maintain accurate and complete EDLs in a dynamic distributed system. © 2006 IEEE.

On the accuracy of event distribution lists for publish/subscribe in dynamic distributed systems / Baldoni, Roberto; G., Cortese; F., Morabito; Querzoni, Leonardo; Tucci Piergiovanni, Sara; Antonino, Virgillito. - (2006), pp. 31-31. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 26th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, ICDCS 2006 tenutosi a Lisboa nel 4 July 2006 through 7 July 2006 [10.1109/icdcsw.2006.78].

On the accuracy of event distribution lists for publish/subscribe in dynamic distributed systems

BALDONI, Roberto;QUERZONI, Leonardo;TUCCI PIERGIOVANNI, sara;
2006

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The advent of very large scale distributed applications in the form of peer-to-peer systems, introduced new problems caused by their intrinsic dynamic behavior (i.e., nodes continuously joining and leaving the system). Such problems inhibit the usage of many techniques developed for quasi-static distributed systems. In this paper we analyze the behavior of a simple subscription-flooding based algorithm for publish/subscribe in a highly dynamic environment. Specifically we define the problem of keeping a list of processes matching a given event (Event Distribution List) complete and accurate. We propose a simple variant of the subscription flooding approach, introducing expiration of subscriptions and their periodic refresh, and show how it can maintain accurate and complete EDLs in a dynamic distributed system. © 2006 IEEE.
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The advent of very large scale distributed applications in the form of peer-to-peer systems, introduced new problems caused by their intrinsic dynamic behavior (i.e., nodes continuously joining and leaving the system). Such problems inhibit the usage of many techniques developed for quasi-static distributed systems. In this paper we analyze the behavior of a simple subscription-flooding based algorithm for publish/subscribe in a highly dynamic environment. Specifically we define the problem of keeping a list of processes matching a given event (Event Distribution List) complete and accurate. We propose a simple variant of the subscription flooding approach, introducing expiration of subscriptions and their periodic refresh, and show how it can maintain accurate and complete EDLs in a dynamic distributed system. © 2006 IEEE.
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