Tango: a Notation for Describing Advanced Transaction Models Tango: a Notation for Describing Advanced Transaction Models

@inproceedings{FelderCEFRIEL1994TangoAN,
  title={Tango: a Notation for Describing Advanced Transaction Models Tango: a Notation for Describing Advanced Transaction Models},
  author={Miguel FelderCEFRIEL},
  year={1994}
}
  • Miguel FelderCEFRIEL
  • Published 1994
The classical transaction model, that guarantees atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability of transactions, has proved to be very useful in the development of traditional database applications. However, these properties are not adequate for modeling non traditional applications, such as software engineering, CAD, ooce automation, and cooperative work. New transaction models have been proposed in order to capture the semantics of non traditional database applications. This work brieey… CONTINUE READING

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