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Several CEP (Complex Event Processing) engines have emerged from the growth of event processing in general. All those engines have a common goal of enabling event-driven processes and applications that react to single and to a composition of events, occurring at different times and within different contexts. However, the volume of heterogeneous information could grow rapidly and require urgent processing, taking into account the critical dependencies between actions.  One key solution is to enable the cooperation of different CEP engines in order to share the management of the event-oriented system.