Preface. Part I: Workflow Transactions. 1. Transactions in Transactional Workflows; D. Worah, A. Sheth. 2. WFMS: The Next Generation of Distributed Processing Tools; G. Alonso, C. Mohan. Part II: Tool-Kit Approaches. 3. The Reflective Transaction Framework; R.S. Barge, C. Pu. 4. Flexible Commit Prools for Advanced Transaction Processing; L. Mancini, et al. Part III: Long Transactions and Semantics. 5. Con Tracts Revisited; A. Reuter, et al. 6. Semantic-Based Decomposition of Transactions; P. Ammann, et al. Part IV: Concurrency Control and Recovery. 7. Customizable Concurrency Control for Persistent Java; L. Daynès, et al. 8. Toward Formalizing Recovery of (Advanced) Transactions; C.P. Martin, K. Ramamritham. Part V: Transaction Optimization. 9. Transaction Optimization Techniques; A. Helal, et al. Part VI: ECA Approach. 10. An Extensible Approach to Realizing Advanced Transaction Models; E. Anwar, et al. Part VII: OLTP/OLAP. 11. Inter- and Intra-Transaction Parallelism for Combined OLTP/OLAP Workloads; C. Hasse, G. Weikum. Part VIII: Real-Time Data Management. 12. Towards Distributed Real-Time Concurrency and Coordination Control; P. Jensen, et al. Part IX: Mobile Computing. 13. Transaction Processing in Broadcast Disk Environments; J. Shanmugasundaram, et al. References. Contributing Authors. Index.
Advanced Transaction Models and Architectures / Edition 1by Sushil Jajodia
Pub. Date: 10/26/2007
Publisher: Springer US
The traditional transaction model, with the atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability properties, was originally developed for data processing applications. To meet the new requirements and challenges for the next-generation information systems, researchers have continued to refine and generalize the traditional model in several directions. This book
The traditional transaction model, with the atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability properties, was originally developed for data processing applications. To meet the new requirements and challenges for the next-generation information systems, researchers have continued to refine and generalize the traditional model in several directions. This book assembles an important collection of papers authored by world-renowned thinkers, designers and implementors of database systems, to describe developments that lie at the heart of current research in advanced transaction processing areas.
The papers have been grouped into the following topical areas:
• Workflow Transactions
• Tool-Kit Approaches
• Long Transactions and Semantics
• Concurrency Control and Recovery
• Transaction Optimization
• Active Database Approach
• On-Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) and On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP)
• Real-Time Data Management
• Mobile Computing £/LIST£.
Advanced Transaction Models and Architectures will provide researchers and students with the most complete survey of current research available on this subject. Broad in scope, this book could serve as a textbook not only in a specialized course at the graduate level, but also in an introductory course on advanced transaction systems. The book concludes with a complete bibliography which provides an invaluable guide for further reading.
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