Principles of Distributed Database Systems
Introduces and explains the theory, algorithms, and methods that underlie distributed DBMS, emphasizing the principles that guide the design of such systems more than their use. Useful as a text for a one- or two-semester graduate-level course. The bibliography is extensive. Annotation copyright Boo
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abort algebra algorithm alternative application approach architecture assertions assume attribute begin buffer called centralized Chapter commit communication complete conceptual concurrency consider consists coordinator cost data item database DBMS DBMSs defined definition discussed distributed distributed database entity Example execution failures Figure fragments function given global implemented important indicate integrity involved issues join language layer lock manager method node Note object operating system operations optimization parallel participant partitioning performance physical possible predicates present problem processing processor protocol query query processing recovery reference relation reliability replicated requires response result rules schedule schema selection semijoin server simple solution specified storage stored strategy techniques termination tion TITLE transaction transaction manager transmitted tuples update write
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