Gary D. Walborn

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in Mobile Database Applications Gary D. Walborn and Panos K. Chrysanthis Department of Computer Science University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15260 Abstract Advances in computer and telecommunication technologies have made mobile computing a reality. However, greater mobility implies a more tenuous network connection and a higher rate of disconnection. In(More)
To provide data consistency in the presence of failures and concurrency, database methods will continue to be important to the processing of shared information in a mobile computing environment. ‘Motivated by the need to migrate existing database applications while supporting the development of new database applications and personal services involving(More)
In order to provide data consistency in the presence of failures and concurrency, database methods will continue to be important to the processing of shared information in a mobile computing environment. It is important, therefore, that we develop transaction processing systems that accommodate the limitations of mobile computing, such as frequent(More)
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