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Atomic Commitment in Grid Database Systems [chapter]

Sushant Goel, Hema Sharda, David Taniar
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Atomic Commitment Protocol (ACP) is an important part for any distributed transaction. ACPs have been proposed for homogeneous and heterogeneous distributed database management systems (DBMS).  ...  In this paper we identify requirements for Grid database systems and then propose an ACP for grid databases, Grid-Atomic Commitment Protocol (Grid-ACP).  ...  Strategies for traditional heterogeneous DBMS like multidatabase management system are too restrictive and need a global management system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30141-7_7 fatcat:gr3fcwdg6fbv7mwmvb5fgbfmiq

Transaction Management in a Mobile Data Access System [chapter]

K. SEGUN, A.R. HURSON, V. DESAI, A. SPINK, L.L. MILLER
2001 Annual Review of Scalable Computing  
As a result, the traditional notion of timely and reliable access to global information sources in a distributed system or multidatabase system is rapidly changing.  ...  Finally, a taxonomy for concurrency control algorithms for both multidatabases and MDAS environments is introduced.  ...  Simulated Two Phase Commit: Atomic commitment in a distributed DBMS is critical. Two-phase commit (2PC) is the most commonly used atomic commitment protocol in distributed databases.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812810182_0004 fatcat:4hzigjspfzarvlwxuzfosfaocy

Global committability in multidatabase systems

A.K. Elmagarmid, Jin Jing, Won Kim, O. Bukhres, A. Zhang
1996 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
A global atomic commitment protocol is grounded upon the proposed theory.  ...  A theoretical basis for the application of forward recovery to the atomic commitment of global transaclions is developed.  ...  A two-phase commit (2PC) protocol has been proposed for traditional distributed database systems to ensure the atomicity of global transactions [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/69.542032 fatcat:wp77pigdtzeenhav2h7o42ebuu

Distributed Databases [chapter]

Shashi Shekhar, Hui Xiong
2008 Encyclopedia of GIS  
A distributed DBMS system has the full functionality of a DBMS.  ...  A distributed database management system (distributed DBMS) is the software system that permits the management of the distributed database and makes the distribution transparent to the users [1].  ...  The first requires atomic commit protocols (see Commit Protocols), while the second requires recovery protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35973-1_312 fatcat:y7x35pq3njepzmqkdcph4rpbxi

A Transaction Processing Model for the Mobile Data Access System [chapter]

K. Segun, A. R. Hurson, A. Spink
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The proposed model extends the existing multidatabase system without any adverse effect to the preexisting local and global users.  ...  Such a collection of autonomous and heterogeneous database is often known as a multidatabase. The existing multidatabase systems do not readily support mobile computing.  ...  Multidatabase Systems A multidatabase system integrates pre-existing local databases to form a single integrated global distributed database system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44743-1_11 fatcat:iahaxvienzexpedy44fakfcf3m

Ensuring relaxed atomicity for flexible transactions in multidatabase systems

Aidong Zhang, Marian Nodine, Bharat Bhargava, Omran Bukhres
1994 SIGMOD record  
Finally, we construct a class of flexible transactions which can be executed in the presence of failures using our proposed commit protocol.  ...  Global tra.nsaction management and the preservation of local autonomy are conflicting requirements in the design of multidatabase transaction management systems.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge Rachel Ramadhyani for her input regarding the presentation of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/191843.191850 fatcat:2cmntysxbvbrvkc64e7riwwf6i

Overview of multidatabase transaction management

Yuri Breitbart, Hector Garcia-Molina, Avi Silberschatz
1992 The VLDB journal  
Thus, traditional techniques for ensuring transaction atomicity and consistency in homogeneous distributed database systems may not be appropriate for an MDBS environment.  ...  Local autonomy is the main feature that distinguishes the multidatabase systems from conventional distributed database systems.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are deeply grateful to Sharad Mehrotra for numerous inspiring discussions during the preparation of this paper, and for his help in the actual writing of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01231700 fatcat:2bcf7gkjdna2tlpdfd2fhi57hy

Overview of multidatabase transaction management

Yuri Breitbart, Hector Garcia-Molina, Avi Silberschatz
2010 CASCON First Decade High Impact Papers on - CASCON '10  
Thus, traditional techniques for ensuring transaction atomicity and consistency in homogeneous distributed database systems may not be appropriate for an MDBS environment.  ...  Local autonomy is the main feature that distinguishes the multidatabase systems from conventional distributed database systems.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are deeply grateful to Sharad Mehrotra for numerous inspiring discussions during the preparation of this paper, and for his help in the actual writing of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1925805.1925811 fatcat:innvl5ohx5e5phvyltqpbk2ocu

Transaction processing in mobile, heterogeneous database systems

J.B. Lim, A.R. Hurson
2002 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
In a mobile, multidatabase environment, local autonomy restrictions prevent the use of a page or file-based data replication scheme.  ...  In a mobile computing environment, a potentially large number of users may simultaneously access the global data; therefore, there is a need to provide a means to allow concurrent management of transactions  ...  A distributed atomic commit protocol usually means that the local system will have to give up a certain degree of autonomy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2002.1047771 fatcat:gt2xwbvvqrf7rj2xggysesxsza

Fault-tolerance for communicating multidatabase transactions

Kuhn
1994 Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS-94  
In this paper we propose a framework that can be used f o r the implementation of reliable multi database system communication protocols.  ...  The application of this framework f o r MDBS transaction processing is shown and the failure behavior of a MDBS communication protocol supporting global serializability through a global two-phase-commit  ...  For example, global commitment protocols depend upon critical messages not being lost: if a local system fails during a period of uncertainty about the global decision, global consistency may be violated  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.1994.323251 fatcat:wch73jm4brbrhb5jg5o56yl6me

Transaction management issues in a failure-prone multidatabase system environment

Yuri Breitbart, Avi Silberschatz, Glenn R. Thompson
1992 The VLDB journal  
cannot participate in the execution of a global commit protocol.  ...  Two major problems are addressed: How to ensure global transaction atomicity without the provision of a commit protocol, and how to ensure freedom from global deadlocks.  ...  A number of people have helped with the content of the paper. Sharad Mehrotra and Rajeev Rastogi have noted that the edges of a commit graph cannot be removed as soon as a transaction commits.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01228706 fatcat:cc2hhudwjvgq3mi57aqfbzdo44

Distributed database systems: where are we now?

M.T. Ozsu, P. Valduriez
1991 Computer  
Distributed database technology is expected to have a significant impact on data processing in the upcoming years.  ...  With the introduction of commercial products, expectations are that distributed database management systems will by and large replace centralized ones within the next decade.  ...  Distributed reliability protocols consist of distributed commit protocols and recovery procedures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.84879 fatcat:y5fmci57j5d35irk6ftktqct3i

A single-phase non-blocking atomic commitment protocol [chapter]

Maha Abdallah, Philippe Pucheral
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Transactional standards have been promoted by OMG and X/Open to allow heterogeneous resources to participate in an Atomic Commitment Protocol (ACP), namely the two-phase commit protocol (2PC).  ...  Although widely accepted, 2PC is a blocking protocol and it introduces a substantial time delay (two phases to commit). Several optimized protocols and non-blocking protocols have been proposed.  ...  The GTM is responsible for the global serializability and the global atomicity of distributed transactions. A local GTM agent, noted GTMAgent, can be used to ease the integration of each local DBMS.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0054516 fatcat:n5ck764fn5brhen4p3xkvurgkm

Design and evaluation of a new transaction execution model for multidatabase systems

TİmuÇİn DevİrmİŞ, ÖzgÜr Ulusoy
1997 Information Sciences  
In this paper, we present a new transaction execution model that captures the formalism and semantics of various extended transaction models and adopts them to a multidatabase system (MDBS) environment  ...  The proposed model covers nested transactions, various dependency types among transactions, and commit independent transactions.  ...  In traditional distributed database systems, atomicity can be achieved by using the two-phase commit (2PC) protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-0255(97)00015-7 fatcat:7ftnf5rvu5d5jagywh27snk7uq

Transaction Processing, Techniques In Mobile Database: An Overview

Adil Mobarek, Siddig Abdelrhman, Areege Abdel-Mutal, Sara Adam, Nawal Elbadri, Tarig Mohammed Ahmed
2015 International Journal on Computational Science & Applications  
of mobile environment, transaction is the center component in database systems, In this paper we present useful work done in mobile transaction, we show the mobile database environment and overview a  ...  The advancement in mobile technology and wireless network increase the using of mobile device in database driven application, these application require high reliability and availability due to nature inheritance  ...  There are special protocols used for commit mobile Transaction to full fit the inheritance limitation of mobile environment therefore, some commit protocol is necessary for their termination.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcsa.2015.5101 fatcat:xzwqrpsguvhvbbxfkrhsx7kuwy
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