Master of Science (MS)
First Committee Member
Ajoy Kumar Datta
Number of Pages
Distributed systems synchronized by Virtual Time have been topics of recent interest. Virtual Time follows an optimistic philosophy relying on rollback for synchronization instead of abortion or blocKing Although many applications have been suggested as candidates for Virtual Time, few were simulated or implemented. This research reports on the first implementation and results of a Distributed Database Management System synchronized by virtual time. We argue that virtual time is a viable alternate concurrency control method for distributed database systems if its memory overhead can be absorbed.
Databases; Distributed; Synchronization; System; Time; Virtual
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LeMaster, Timothy E, "Virtual time synchronization in distributed database systems" (1991). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 148.
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