An Event Model Bibliography.

I Find Karma (
Thu, 9 Apr 1998 13:41:37 -0700

I'll be leaving for the Web conference tomorrow

but before I go I wanted to share with you this event modeling
bibliography I've been working on this week. It's still very much a
draft, but you can look at if you like

I try to link to the papers in the bibliography wherever I can. My goal
is to do a survey of the different event models we encounter in window
and operating systems, component and software architecture systems,
transaction and database systems, and active networking systems.
This would, of course, serve as the precursor for the event model I'm
working on for my PhD here at Caltech.

If you want to know where I'm coming from, here's the most recent
paper on events we have written here at Caltech:

I would of course appreciate comments and constructive criticism to
improve the bibliography.


Basic events require simple language. Idiosyncratically euphuistic
eccentricities are the promulgators of triturable abfuscation.
-- United Technologies