Regular Sequential Serializability and Regular Sequential Consistency

@article{Helt2021RegularSS,
  title={Regular Sequential Serializability and Regular Sequential Consistency},
  author={Jeffrey Helt and Matthew Burke and Amit A. Levy and Wyatt Lloyd},
  journal={Proceedings of the ACM SIGOPS 28th Symposium on Operating Systems Principles},
  year={2021}
}
Strictly serializable (linearizable) services appear to execute transactions (operations) sequentially, in an order consistent with real time. This restricts a transaction's (operation's) possible return values and in turn, simplifies application programming. In exchange, strictly serializable (linearizable) services perform worse than those with weaker consistency. But switching to such services can break applications. This work introduces two new consistency models to ease this trade-off… Expand

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