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P.A. Bernstein, Department of Computer Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, and the Computer Corporation of America
SDD-1, A System for Distributed Databases, is a distributed database system being developed by Computer Corporation of America (CCA), Cambridge, MA. SDD-1 permits data to be stored redundantly at several database sites in order to enhance the reliability and responsiveness of the system and to facilitate upward scaling of system capacity. This paper describes the method used by SDD-1 for updating data that are stored redundantly.
Index Terms:
synchronization, Concurrency, data base, database, data base management, database management, distributed data base, distributed database, distributed data base management, distributed database management, distributed processing, distributed systems, redundant data
Citation:
P.A. Bernstein, J.B. Rothnie, N. Goodman, C.A. Papadimitriou, "The Concurrency Control Mechanism of SDD-1: A System for Distributed Databases (The Fully Redundant Case)," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 154-168, May 1978, doi:10.1109/TSE.1978.231494
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