Distributed Object Management

Distributed Object Management



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781558602564
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 01/01/1994
Pages: 441
Product dimensions: 7.09(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Distributed Object Management
Edited By: M. Tamer Ozsu, Umeshwar Dayal, Patrick Valduriez
    An Introduction to Distributed Object Management
    Part I. System Architecture
      Persistent Foundations for Scalable Multi-Paradigmal Systems
      Distribution and Persistence in the Open Object-Oriented Database System
      Client-Server Caching Revisited
      Distributed Object Management in Thor
      Database Security Issues in Distributed Object-Oriented Databases

    Part 2. Object and Storage Management
      Object Storage Management in Goblin
      Object Clustering in EOS
      Object Management in SeeQFD

    Part 3. Distribution and Query Processing
      Issues in Distribution Design of Object-Oriented Databases
      Issues in Distributed Object Assembly
      Fine-Grained Object Migration

    Part 4. Transaction Processing and Concurrency Control
      Long-lived Concurrent Activities
      Activity/Transaction Management for a Distributed Multi-Service System
      In Search of Acceptability Criteria: Database Consistency Requirements and Transaction Correctness Properties
      Commutativity Based Concurrency Control for Multiversion Objects
      Composite Events in a Distributed Object-Oriented Database

    Part 5. Operating System Support
      Operating System Support for Cooperation in Distributed OODBs
      The Bellerophon Project: A Scalable Object-Support Architecture Suitable for a large OODBMS?
      Operating System Support for Distributed and Persistent Objects

    Part 6. Interoperability
      An Approach to Interoperable Object Models
      A Canonical Model for the Interoperability Among Object-Oriented and Relational Databases
      Integrating Distributed Data Sources Using Federated Objects
      Integrating Independently Developed Classes
      An Approach to Behavior Sharing in Federated Database Systems
      Supporting Local Autonomy in a Distributed Object-Oriented Database
      Object Algebra and Views for Multi-Objectbases
      Declarative Definition of Object-Oriented Multidatabase Mappings
      Distribution of Schemata in H-PCTE

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