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Content-Based Networking: A New Communication Infrastructure

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Content-Based Networking: A New Communication Infrastructure
Abstract. We argue that the needs of many classes of modern applications, especially those targeted at mobile or wireless computing, demand the services of content-based publish/subscribe middleware, and that this middleware in turn demands a new kind of communication infrastructure for its proper implementation. We refer to this new communication infrastructure as content-based networking. The service model of this network must directly support the interface of an advanced contentbased publish/subscribe middleware service. At the same time, the implementation must be architected as a true distributed network, providing appropriate guarantees of reliability, security, and performance. We do not propose content-based networking as a replacement for IP, nor do we advocate an implementation of a publish/subscribe middleware at the network level (i.e., within routers). Instead, we argue that contentbased networking must be designed according to established networking principles and techniq...
Antonio Carzaniga, Alexander L. Wolf
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where NSF
Authors Antonio Carzaniga, Alexander L. Wolf
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