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Transaction processing in distributed active real-time database systems

Özgür Ulusoy
1998 Journal of Systems and Software  
An active real-time database system (ARTDBS) is designed to provide timely response to the critical situations that are de®ned on database states.  ...  Although a number of studies have already addressed various issues in ARTDBSs, little attention has been paid to scheduling transactions in a distributed ARTDBS environment.  ...  real-time database system (ARTDBS) environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0164-1212(98)10013-4 fatcat:giyuzk2lzngqvavsixgtctcibi

A Selective Annotated Bibliography of Resources on the Summary in French and English/Bibliographie selective annotee sur le resume de texte, en Frarncais et en Anglais

Pamela Grant-Russell, Celine Beaudet
2001 Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie  
This annotated bibliography lists selected resources in English and French on the topic of the summary.  ...  The bibliography lists only books and articles devoted specifically to the summarization process or to the summary in one of its many forms.  ...  This article describes a step-by-step method of teaching abstracting to technical writing students and emphasizes the value of the activity.  ... 
doi:10.31468/cjsdwr.477 fatcat:rzrozlhha5e3xdta26y43p4o4u

A study of concurrency control in real-time, active database systems

A. Datta, S.H. Son
2002 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
AbstractÐReal-Time, Active Database Systems (RTADBSs) have attracted a considerable amount of research attention in the very recent past and a number of important applications have been identified for  ...  such systems, such as telecommunications network management, automated air traffic control, automated financial trading, process control and military command, and control systems.  ...  Consider Summary Based on the two examples above, we have identified two important drawbacks in using conventional OCC protocols in ARTDBs: 1.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2002.1000337 fatcat:xpn4lp6d5valfkdnrm7nvl4wdm

An Approach to the Problem of the Sources of the Kitāb al-Aġānī

Leon Zolondek
1960 Journal of Near Eastern Studies  
In view of the above factors the writer feels that the most fruitful approach to the problem of the sources of the Artdb al- Agdni does not lie in trying to determine the prime written works indicated  ...  A‘rabi largely depended on Ibn al- Kalbi for his information concerning the genealogical XVIII, 164; Levi Della Vida, Poets,” systems of the Arabic tribes, we may assume that the latter was the ultimate  ... 
doi:10.1086/371584 fatcat:nfoyqg4g3vcs5o24acrkth4xf4

GrouPeer: Dynamic clustering of P2P databases

Verena Kantere, Dimitrios Tsoumakos, Timos Sellis, Nick Roussopoulos
2009 Information Systems  
The standard practice of answering a consecutively rewritten query along the propagation path often results in significant loss of information.  ...  Sharing structured data in a P2P network is a challenging problem, especially in the absence of a mediated schema.  ...  quality of answers that she expects from the system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:shysdri3fraexnwtbfs6746cna

State-of-the-art on evolution and reactivity

José Júlio Alferes, James Bailey, Mikael Berndtsson, François Bry, Jens Dietrich, Alexander Kozlenkov, Wolfgang May, Paula Lavinia Patrânjan, Alexandre Pinto, Michael Schroeder, Gerd Wagner
relevant rule-based agents frameworks.  ...  logic programs; in Chapter 4 event-condition-action rules, both in the context of active database systems and in the context of semistructured data, are surveyed; in Chapter 5 we give an overview of some  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Thomas Eiter and Gerd Wagner, who acted as cross readers of this deliverable, for their valuable comments on a previous version of this document, which really helped  ... 
doi:10.5282/ubm/epub.14881 fatcat:yrnbsxrnqzhctpqtmnh32w6n6e