MothPad: Monitoring Pub/Sub Activity in Cyber-Physical Systems
Content-based publish/subscribe is an attractive option for disseminating event data in cyber-physical systems. To this end, we propose MothPad: a monitoring and visualization tool to demonstrate the performance of various pub/sub solutions within the context of location-based applications. MothPad consists of Mammoth, an online game research framework used as a cyber-physical system simulator, and PADRES, the publish/subscribe dissemination substrate. Both are instrumented and the performance is displayed in real-time using a monitoring client. We show the applicability of our approach through two case studies: network engines for online games and self-evolving subscriptions.
Tags: cyber-physical systems, padres, publish/subscribe, mammoth
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