communications model

Publish-Subscribe . In the publish-subscribe communications model (Figure 1), computer applications (nodes) “subscribe” to data they need and “publish” data they want to share. Messages pass directly between the publisher and the subscribers, rather than moving into and out of a centralized server
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The Client-Server model is distributed application communication pattern in which applications can take one of two roles "client" and "server". The client explicitly references the server and invokes operations on the server which may perform actions on behalf of the client as well as access or
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The communications model underlying the network middleware is the most important factor in how applications communicate. The communications model impacts the performance, the ease to accomplish different communication transactions, the nature of detecting errors, and the robustness to different
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