Department of Advanced Sciences
Student of HoseiUniversity
Event-driven publish/subscribe (PS) systems are widely used in various types of applications.
We consider a peer-to-peer (P2P) model of a topic-based PS system which is composed of peer processes (peers) with no centralized coordinator.
My study, each peer publishes a message with publication topics while receiving messages whose publication topics are in the subscription topics of the peer.
Each peer has to deliver every pair of event messages related with respect to topics in the causal order of publication events.
We discuss topic-based causally (TBC) precedent relation among messages.
Here, each peer delivers event messages which are related with respect to topics.
I think that newly propose an implicitly causally precedent relation among messages in the TBC order.
Which are related with respect to topics.
- Movie appreciation
- Play gaming
International Conference Papers
T. Saito, S. Nakamura, T. Enokido, and M. Takizawa, "A Causally Precedent Relation among Message in Topic-based Publish/Subscribe Systems"
Proc. of the 21th International Conference on Network-based Information Systems(NBiS-2018), Bratislava, Slovakia, Sept. 2018, pp.543-553
T. Saito, S. Nakamura, D. Duolikun, T. Enokido, and M. Takizawa, "Object-based Selective Delivery of Event Messages in Topic-based Publish/Subscribe Systems"
Proc. of the 13th International Conference on Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Apprications(BWCCA-2018), Taichung, Taiwan, Oct. 2018 pp.444-455