Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science


Author’s Name : S Saranya | S Radhimeenakshi  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 12 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 29-36

Abstract – A publish / subscribe machine is a potent substitution elegance for facts diffusion via a large scale allotted networks, wherein the writer sends to his subscribers, who are mainly clients. In the organization, big wide form of submit / subscribe structures are hired efficiently with scaling internet talents and requirement. The subscriber who want to provide content and information to their clients, typically require a high ordinary overall performance put up/subscribe tool that would bring about better user enjoy and much less computational price and a reliable system to face up to safety treats. In this painting, we advocate a decentralized search and routing of content based publish/subscribe device. Using decentralized tree based search and routing, the system addresses the trouble of handing subscription volumes with appreciate to load stability and scalability for the duration of geographically disbursed customers. The experimental outcomes display that our proactive method reduces the message loss by means of more than 50% and message duplication to 0, in contrast to durable subscription-based strategies. The consequences also imply that our technique reports awful lot decrease handoff latency as compared to reactive techniques and subsequently our proposed method achieves superior overall performance across some of scenarios.  

Keywords— Content-Based Publish/Subscribe, Peer-To-Peer, Distributed Hash Table, Pub/Sub, Decentralized Tree Based Search and Routing


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