Historic Data Access in Publish/Subscribe
We develop a content-based publish/subscribe platform, called PADRES, which is a distributed middleware platform with features inspired by the requirements of workflow management and business process execution. These features constitute original additions to publish/subscribe systems and include an expressive subscription language, historic,
query-based data access, composite subscription processing, a rule-based matching and routing mechanism, and the support for the decentralized execution of service-oriented applications.
Tags: content-based publish/subscribe, publish/subscribe, padres
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