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A Network Architecture for Distributed Event-Based Systems in an Ubiquitous Sensing Scenario

Presented at Venice, May 25-29
Publication date2014
Abstract

Ubiquitous sensing devices frequently disseminate their data between them. The use of a distributed event-based system that decouples publishers of subscribers arises as an ideal candidate to implement the dissemination process. In this paper, we present a network architecture which merges the network and overlay layers of typical structured event-based systems. Directional Random Walks (DRWs) are used for the construction of this merged layer. Our first results show that DRWs are suitable to balance the load using a few nodes in the network to construct the dissemination path. As future work, we propose to study the properties of this new layer and to work on the design of Bloom filters to manage broker nodes.

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MUNOZ ILLESCAS, Cristina, LEONE, Pierre. A Network Architecture for Distributed Event-Based Systems in an Ubiquitous Sensing Scenario. In: Future computing 2014 : The Sixth International Conference on Future Computational Technologies and Applications. Venice. [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2014. p. 65–68.
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