performance aggregation, network monitoring, distributed messaging, performance forecasting, publish/subscribe systems
Digital Communications and Networking
The Internet is presently being used to support increasingly complex interaction models as a result of more and more applications, services and frameworks becoming network-centric. Efficient utilization of network and networked resources is of paramount importance. Network performance gathering is a precursor to any scheme that seeks to provide adaptive routing capabilities for interactions. In this paper we present a network performance aggregation framework that is extensible and appropriate for distributed messaging systems that span multiple realms, disparate communication protocols and support different applications.
Gunduz, Gurhan; Pallickara, Shrideep; and Fox, Geoffrey C., "A Framework for Aggregating Network Performance in Distributed Brokering Systems" (2003). Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 69.
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