Research on Decentralized Message Broadcasting for Multi-emergent Events
Many emergency information systems are built on decentralized architectures for time efficiency. Due to lack of centralized information analyzing, message loop and identity confusion affect their performance. An approach called Decentralized Message Broadcasting Process is introduced to address the issue. In the approach, messages are specified to carry information about source event and node path it has been passed through. Distributed nodes are involved initiatively to organize message exchange. In the decentralized message broadcasting, time efficiency and message filtering is achieved. Upon the approach, a platform is built for CEA’ SPON to support decentralized emergency information processing applications.
KeywordsDecentralized System Message Exchange Sensor IOT
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