29 April 2009 QoS enabled dissemination of managed information objects in a publish-subscribe-query information broker
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Net-centric information spaces have become a necessary concept to support information exchange for tactical warfighting missions using a publish-subscribe-query paradigm. To support dynamic, mission-critical and time-critical operations, information spaces require quality of service (QoS)-enabled dissemination (QED) of information. This paper describes the results of research we are conducting to provide QED information exchange in tactical environments. We have developed a prototype QoS-enabled publish-subscribe-query information broker that provides timely delivery of information needed by tactical warfighters in mobile scenarios with time-critical emergent targets. This broker enables tailoring and prioritizing of information based on mission needs and responds rapidly to priority shifts and unfolding situations. This paper describes the QED architecture, prototype implementation, testing infrastructure, and empirical evaluations we have conducted based on our prototype.
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Joseph P. Loyall, Joseph P. Loyall, Marco Carvalho, Marco Carvalho, Andrew Martignoni, Andrew Martignoni, Douglas Schmidt, Douglas Schmidt, Asher Sinclair, Asher Sinclair, Matthew Gillen, Matthew Gillen, James Edmondson, James Edmondson, Larry Bunch, Larry Bunch, David Corman, David Corman, } "QoS enabled dissemination of managed information objects in a publish-subscribe-query information broker", Proc. SPIE 7350, Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems 2009, 73500M (29 April 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.818744; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.818744
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