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Transaction processing leads to new challenges in mobile ad-hoc networks, which, in comparison to fixed-wired networks, suffer from problems like node disconnection, message loss, and frequently appearing network partitioning. As the atomic commit protocol is that part of transaction processing in which failures can lead to the most serious data blocking,(More)
Transaction processing in mobile ad hoc networks must take network problems like node disconnection, message loss, and network partitioning into consideration. We present a distributed cross-layer atomic commit protocol called CLCP that uses multiple coordinators and makes use of acknowledgement messages to piggyback information. We evaluated transaction(More)
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