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Optimistic Synchronization of Cooperative XML Authoring Using Tunable Transaction Boundaries

Francis Gropengießer, Kai-Uwe Sattler
2010 2010 Second International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications  
For this reason we propose a novel approach for the automatic determination of transaction boundaries which considers the degree of cooperation designers want to achieve.  ...  Furthermore, we present an optimistic synchronization model based on the traditional backward oriented concurrency control (BOCC) algorithm, in order to synchronize the determined transactions in multi-user  ...  We use transactional semantics in order to enable cooperative XML authoring.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dbkda.2010.10 dblp:conf/dbkda/GropengiesserS10 fatcat:qekbug2zy5gofo47yfmptgda6q

Practical Database Replication [chapter]

Alfrânio Correia, José Pereira, Luís Rodrigues, Nuno Carvalho, Rui Oliveira
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Implementations of the primary-backup approach differ whether propagation occurs synchronously within the boundaries of the transaction or, most likely, is deferred and done asynchronously.  ...  The authors assume a star-topology where one central site is used to handle global concurrency control.  ...  Object and Transaction Meta-Information Mechanisms to record and retrieve protocol-specific meta-information associated both with database objects and with transactions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11294-2_13 fatcat:oxlujsinxzdwdplq46dxje4lhm

The Lustre Storage Architecture [article]

Peter Braam
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Now, in 2019, most features have been implemented, but some only recently, and some along different lines of thought.  ...  This lengthy document often referred to as the "Lustre Book", contains a detailed outline of Lustre file system architecture, as it was created between 2001 and 2005, in accordance with the requirements  ...  tunable parameters.  ... 
arXiv:1903.01955v1 fatcat:fuq664grqzcexcovxzd2n7f5ji

Concurrent programming for scalable web architectures

Benjamin Erb, Universität Ulm
Being able to handle huge numbers of users concurrently is essential, thus scalability is one of the most important features of these architectures.  ...  Multi-core processors, highly distributed backend architectures and new web technologies force us to reconsider approaches for concurrent programming in order to implement web applications and fulfil scalability  ...  Scheme is declaring the type of the URI and thus determines the meaning of the other parts of the URI. If used, authority points to the responsible authority of the referenced resource.  ... 
doi:10.18725/oparu-2423 fatcat:3wxhuun3rbe4joumvjruwgpgzq

Software Faults Diagnosis in Complex OTS Based Safety Critical Systems

G. Carrozza, D. Cotroneo, S. Russo
2008 2008 Seventh European Dependable Computing Conference  
Locked resources free and preempted transaction kill.  ...  Overlapping circles indicates the extent of the cooperation of works addressing hardware reliability and its assessment via fault injection.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edcc-7.2008.26 dblp:conf/edcc/CarrozzaCR08 fatcat:htpr5ltt4vaxdj7tlgkvnnf4zm


Massimo Villari, Yong Lee, Wolf Zimmermann
2011 The Second International Conference on Cloud Computing, GRIDs, and Virtualization   unpublished
The copyright release is a transfer of publication rights, which allows IARIA and its partners to drive the dissemination of the published material.  ...  We are very grateful to the members of the Industrial Ontologies Group for a fruitful cooperation within this research topic. VIII.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Euranova for the idea of studying the elasticity of distributed databases and for their support that helped us improve this article [13].  ... 


Alfred Zimmermann, Pascal Lorenz
2012 The Fourth International Conferences on Advanced Service Computing   unpublished
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank University of Cauca, University of East London and Colciencias for supporting this research.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for giving us helpful comments.  ...  an optimistic approach.  ... 

The International Symposium on Advances in Software Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization ICN 2017 Committee ICN Steering Committee

Carlos Westphall, Pascal Lorenz, Carlos Westphall, Gary Weckman, Yenumula Reddy, Sherali Zeadally, Pascal Lorenz, Carlos Westphall, Gary Weckman, Yenumula Reddy, Sherali Zeadally, Marc Cheboldaeff (+55 others)
2017 ICN 2017 The Sixteenth International Conference on Networks Forward The Sixteenth International Conference on Networks   unpublished
We also kindly thank all the authors that dedicated much of their time and effort to contribute to ICN 2017.  ...  Out-of-order arrivals, losses, and jitter in turn may lead to unnecessary retransmissions in TCP or loss of voice quality in VoIP.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank the CAPES (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior) and CNPq (Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico) for supporting  ... 

IST 2003: The Opportunities Ahead [article]

Information Society Technologies, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
Authors will create and write the chapters, both individually and in groups, and a series of workshops is being held for authors t o meet and exchange ideas.  ...  The book blends and builds on knowledge from a diversity of invited authors from across Europe and beyond.  ...  ss processes across enterprise boundaries, so nultiple enterprises can closely cooperate t o shared business objectives.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/10602 fatcat:b6tlrusrkjhsdnq7lewjlmbwp4

Technology for Humanitarian Action [chapter]

To Bear Witness  
Acknowledgement The author would like to thank Drs.  ...  Preston Marshall (XG) and Larry Jackal (cognitive radio) of DARPA, Mitch Kokar of Northeastern University (ontology-based radio), and Cliff Weinstien of MIT Lincoln Laboratory (natural language processing  ...  HF supports a 6 MHz subset of the HF band, tunable between the LUF and MUF. LVHF is accessed in parallel using a 150 MHz ADC.  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt13x0296.33 fatcat:jg6omvfhxncwvgcj7gzw5kin2i

23rd CERN School of Computing [article]

Carlo E Vandoni
An example is the use of an object database, including journaling, transaction safety, and location independent storage, for making analysis objects persistent.  ...  For example, the use of a clean interface and the commonly-available SWIG package makes it possible for an experiment to use any of a number of scripting languages, including TCL, Python, Perl, etc.  ...  The author acknowledges all of collaborators of Geant4 for their individual excellent works.  ... 
doi:10.5170/cern-2000-013 fatcat:j22n4uisuvhjhebb4fuu5ix5wy

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 7, Issue 2, February 2017, Complete Issue [article]

We compare this to a recent characterization of the notion of 1-randomness, also in terms of differentiability.  ...  Acknowledgements: the working group would like to acknowledge useful suggestions from Shawn Newsam and Andrew Richardson. Frank Pennekamp (Universität Zürich, CH), Martin Bücker  ...  Dynamic load balancing is used to redistribute dynamic workloads to reduce wasted time in (necessary) synchronization points.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.2 fatcat:ydwbggkkxjfahomhv75rjaguiy

Proceedings of the 5th bwHPC Symposium [article]

Michael Janczyk, Dirk Von Suchodoletz, Bernd Wiebelt, University, My, University, My
Additionally, the symposium served as a platform for discussing and exchanging ideas concerning the use of these large scientific infrastructures as well as its further development.  ...  The symposium provided an opportunity to present scientific results that were obtained with the help of bwHPC resources.  ...  Corresponding Author Mark Leznik: Institute of Information Corresponding Authors Felix Bührer: Anton J.  ... 
doi:10.15496/publikation-29062 fatcat:rtffnd5u6zeoxaezoijeyv4ldy