Dominic Jones, John Keeney, David Lewis, and D. O'Sullivan, Policy-based Management of Semantic Clustering, The 2nd International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems, Rome, Italy., 1-4 July 2008., 2008
We introduce the concept of a Knowledge-based Network KBN
 as an extended Content-based Network (CBN), where
semantically rich messages co-exist with the more traditional
CBN messages format. One of the main advantages this new
technology, a KBN, is in its ability to define subscription filters
across the semantics of the contents of messages, in addition to
the commonly available, traditional, CBN filters.
Knowledge-based Networks (KBN) support the routing of
semantically enriched messages between interested parties across
a common network of message brokers. Knowledge-based
Networks introduce an unprecedented level of semantic richness,
which allows semantic clusters of publisher/subscriber to form
within a KBN creating pockets of focused interest. When this is
exploited direct performance increases can be seen . We
propose a flexible policy-driven mechanism to manage the future
semantic clustering of Knowledge-based Networks.
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