Deadlock and Livelock Free Concurrency Control by Value Dates for Scalable Distributed Data Structures

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A Scalable Distributed Data Structure (SDDS) stores application data in a file transparently distributed over the nodes of a multi-computer, [LNS93]. The file consists of records identified each by a primary or a k-d key. Each storage node, the server node of the SDDS, stores the record in a bucket. The number of storage nodes, dynamically scales with the… (More)

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