Titel: Advanced Transaction Models and Architectures
Herausgegeben von Sushil Jajodia, Larry Kerschberg
31. August 1997 - gebunden - 404 Seiten
Motivation Modem enterprises rely on database management systems (DBMS) to collect, store and manage corporate data, which is considered a strategic corporate re source. Recently, with the proliferation of personal computers and departmen tal computing, the trend has been towards the decentralization and distribution of the computing infrastructure, with autonomy and responsibility for data now residing at the departmental and workgroup level of the organization. Users want their data delivered to their desktops, allowing them to incor porate data into their personal databases, spreadsheets, word processing doc uments, and most importantly, into their daily tasks and activities. They want to be able to share their information while retaining control over its access and distribution. There are also pressures from corporate leaders who wish to use information technology as a strategic resource in offering specialized value-added services to customers. Database technology is being used to manage the data associated with corporate processes and activities. Increasingly, the data being managed are not simply formatted tables in relational databases, but all types of ob jects, including unstructured text, images, audio, and video. Thus, the database management providers are being asked to extend the capabilities of DBMS to include object-relational models as well as full object-oriented database man agement systems.
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 Protocols 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.
Dr. Sushil Jajodia is Professor and Chairman of the Dept. of Information and Software Engineering, and Director of the Center for Secure Information Systems at the George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA