Distributed concurrency control
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Increasing transaction volumes have led to a resurgence of interest in distributed transaction processing. In particular… Expand We investigate a transactional memory runtime system providing scaling and strong consistency, i.e., 1-copy serializability on… Expand The functionality of applications is increasingly being made available by services. General concepts and standards like SOAP… Expand Distributed locking is commonly adopted for performing concurrency control in distributed systems. It incorporates additional… Expand Efficient distributed concurrency control is one of the most significant challenges in building real-time cooperative editing… Expand Two types of applications are considered: Hard Real-Time (HRT) and Soft Real-Time (SRT). HRT applications need to meet their dead… Expand The performance of high-volume transaction processing systems for business applications is determined by the degree of contention… Expand Multi version (MV) based database systems allow queries (read-only transactions) to be executed without blocking updaters (read… Expand Many concurrency control algorithms have been proposed for use in distributed database systems. Despite the large number of… Expand A synchronization method for distributed DBS is presented which guarantees synchronization of transactions according to the… Expand