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A survey of B-tree locking techniques
: © A survey of B-tree locking techniques Goetz Graefe HP Laboratories HPL-2010-9 storage systems, databases, B-tree, indexes, concurrency control, locking B-trees have been ubiqu...
Goetz Graefe
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13 years 26 days ago
The Case for Determinism in Database Systems
Replication is a widely used method for achieving high availability in database systems. Due to the nondeterminism inherent in traditional concurrency control schemes, however, sp...
Alexander Thomson, Daniel J. Abadi
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Multiversion Locking Protocol with Freezing for Secure Real-Time Database Systems
Database systems for real-time applications must satisfy timing constraints associated with transactions. Typically, a timing constraint is expressed in the form of a deadline and ...
Chanjung Park, Seog Park, Sang Hyuk Son
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Transaction Processing in Mobile, Heterogeneous Database Systems
As technological advances are made in software and hardware, the feasibility of accessing information "any time, anywhere" is becoming a reality. Furthermore, the diversi...
James B. Lim, Ali R. Hurson
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Distributed Optimistic Concurrency Control Methods for High-Performance Transaction Processing
—There is an ever-increasing demand for more complex transactions and higher throughputs in transaction processing systems leading to higher degrees of transaction concurrency an...
Alexander Thomasian
13 years 2 months ago
Concurrency control for distributed cooperative engineering applications
Distributed cooperative engineering applications require consistent and long-term sharing of large volumes of data, which may cause conflicts due to concurrent read/write operatio...
João Coelho Garcia, Paulo Ferreira
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On using similarity for concurrency control in real-time database systems
Most of the proposed concurrency control protocols for real-time database systems (RTDBS) are based on serializability theorem. Owing to the unique characteristics of real-time da...
Kam-yiu Lam, Wai-cheong Yau
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Dictatorial Transaction Processing: Atomic Commitment Without Veto Right
The current standard in governing distributed transaction termination is the so-called Two-Phase Commit protocol (2PC). The first phase of 2PC is a voting phase, where the partici...
Maha Abdallah, Rachid Guerraoui, Philippe Pucheral
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13 years 3 months ago
Unbundling Transaction Services in the Cloud
The traditional architecture for a DBMS engine has the recovery, concurrency control and access method code tightly bound together in a storage engine for records. We propose a di...
David B. Lomet, Alan Fekete, Gerhard Weikum, Micha...
13 years 3 months ago
Concurrency Control and Recovery Management for Open e-Business Transactions
Concurrency control mechanisms such as turn-taking, locking, serialization, transactional locking mechanism, and operational transformation try to provide data consistency when con...
Amir R. Razavi, Sotiris Moschoyiannis, Paul J. Kra...