Executive Briefing: Advances in Concurrency Control and Transaction Processing
Advances in Concurrency Control and Transaction Processing addresses developments in transaction processing, and the motivation for transactions and basic transaction concepts. The briefing begins with a thorough discussion of traditional transaction processing and leads into more advanced techniques that depend on the programmer providing additional input parameters enabling the system to process transactions in a more sophisticated way. The briefing examines current transaction advances in terms of their relative strengths, weaknesses, and appropriateness. It also concentrates on techniques based on sophisticated extensions to traditional concurrency control, recovery, and processing protocols that do not affect the way transactions are programmed. It reviews techniques based on the semantics of the data and operations, and improvements in the performance of traditional transactions. New correctness criteria are also discusses and the briefing concludes with a discussion of transaction processing trends.
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A Brief Introduction to Traditional
Enhancing the Performance of Concurrency Control
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abstract data type ACM Press ACM SIGMOD Int'l ACM Trans active databases advanced transaction models Alamitos allows ARIES atomic commit Atomic Transactions Calif cascading aborts Chapter checkpointing Chrysanthis commit protocol committed transactions complete component transactions Computer conflict serializability consistency requirements cooperative transactions correctness criteria Data Eng data item Database Consistency database systems dependencies developed distributed transaction ensure environments escrow example failure Garcia-Molina Global Concurrency Control global serializability global transactions IEEE CS Press implementation joint transaction Large Databases LDBMS log records Management of Data MDBS multilevel transactions nested transactions notion Optimistic Concurrency Control performance Proc properties proposed Ramamritham real-time database systems redo actions saga Semantics-Based serial execution SIGMOD Int'l Conf specific sphere of control stable database stable storage subtransactions techniques timestamp timestamp ordering tions traditional transactions transaction commits Transaction Correctness transaction executes Transaction Management transaction processing two-phase commit protocol two-phase locking undo updates values