Precisely Serializable Snapshot Isolation (PSSI)

@article{Revilak2011PreciselySS,
  title={Precisely Serializable Snapshot Isolation (PSSI)},
  author={Stephen Revilak and Patrick E. O'Neil and Elizabeth J. O'Neil},
  journal={2011 IEEE 27th International Conference on Data Engineering},
  year={2011},
  pages={482-493}
}
Many popular database management systems provide snapshot isolation (SI) for concurrency control, either in addition to or in place of full serializability based on locking. Snapshot isolation was introduced in 1995 [2], with noted anomalies that can lead to serializability violations. Full serializability was provided in 2008 [4] and improved in 2009 [5] by aborting transactions in dangerous structures, which had been shown in 2005 [9] to be precursors to potential SI anomalies. This approach… CONTINUE READING

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