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Index locking

Known as: Index lock 
In databases an index is a data structure, part of the database, used by a database system to effectively navigate access to user data. Index data… Expand
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2009
2009
  • Z. Ives
  • Encyclopedia of Database Systems
  • 2009
  • Corpus ID: 37253959
 
2005
2005
Preface. 1. Introduction. Another Book About SQL Performance! Inadequate Indexing. Myths and Misconceptions. 2. Table and Index… Expand
2004
2004
Over the past thirty years since the system R and Ingres projects started to lay the foundation for today's RDBMS implementations… Expand
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2000
2000
Real time database systems are expected to rely heavily on indexes to speed up data access and thereby help more transactions… Expand
2000
2000
We discuss three forms of phantom prevention locking that have been proposed in the literature: (1) predicate locking [EGLT76… Expand
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1997
1997
Real-time database systems are expected to rely heavily on indexes to speed up data access and thereby help more transactions… Expand
1996
1996
Real-time database systems are expected to rely heavily on indexes to speed up data access and, thereby, help more transactions… Expand
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Review
1996
Review
1996
Research on real-time database systems (RTDBS) has been underway for close to a decade now. So far, this research has focused… Expand
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1995
1995
Many real-time database applications arise in electronic financial services, safety-critical installations and military systems… Expand
1995
1995
Although the general concepts provided by the standard concurrency control theory (e. g. [BHG87]) remain a solid guide for… Expand
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