• Corpus ID: 5156501

One Thousand Transactions per Second

@inproceedings{Gray1985OneTT,
  title={One Thousand Transactions per Second},
  author={Jim Gray and Pete Homan and Harald Sammer and Bob Good and Dieter Gawlick},
  booktitle={COMPCON},
  year={1985}
}
Several companies intend to provide general-purpose transaction processing systems capable of one thousand transactions per second. This paper surveys the need for such systems and contrasts the approaches being taken by three different groups. 
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