Reservations for Conflict Avoidance in a Mobile Database System

@inproceedings{Preguia2003ReservationsFC,
  title={Reservations for Conflict Avoidance in a Mobile Database System},
  author={Nuno M. Preguiça and Jos{\'e} Legatheaux Martins and Miguel Cunha and Henrique Jo{\~a}o L. Domingos},
  booktitle={MobiSys},
  year={2003}
}
Mobile computing characteristics demand data management systems to support independent operation. However, the execution of updates in a mobile client usually need to be considered tentative because uncoordinated updates that conflict need to be reconciled. In this paper we present a mechanism to independently guarantee that updates can be executed in the server without conflicts. To this end, clients obtain leased reservations upon the database state. Updates are specified as common small PL… CONTINUE READING
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