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Parametric Subscriptions for Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Networks

Abstract : Subscription adaptations are becoming increasingly important across many content-based publish/subscribe (CPS) applications. In algorithmic high frequency trading, for instance, stock price thresholds that are of interest to a trader change rapidly, and gains directly hinge on the reaction time to relevant fluctuations. The common solution to adapt a subscription consists of a re-subscription, where a new subscription is issued and the superseded one canceled. This is ineffective, leading to missed or duplicate events during the transition. In this paper, we introduce the concept of parametric subscriptions to support subscription adaptations. We propose novel algorithms for updating routing mechanisms effectively and efficiently in classic CPS broker overlay networks. Compared to re-subscriptions, our algorithms significantly improve the reaction time to subscription updates and can sustain higher throughput in the presence of high update rates. We convey our claims through implementations of our algorithms in two CPS systems, and by evaluating them on two different real-world applications.
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K. R. Jayaram, Chamikara Jayalath, Patrick Eugster. Parametric Subscriptions for Content-Based Publish/Subscribe Networks. ACM/IFIP/USENIX 11th International Middleware Conference (MIDDLEWARE), Nov 2010, Bangalore, India. pp.128-147, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-16955-7_7⟩. ⟨hal-01055268⟩



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