Über den Autor
Gerhard Weikum is Professor of Computer Science at University of the Saarland in Saarbruecken, Germany, where he leads a research group on database and information systems. His research has focused on parallel and distributed information systems, transaction processing and workflow management, database optimization and performance evaluation, multimedia data management, and intelligent search on Web data. Gottfried Vossen is Professor of Computer Science and a Director of the Instit r f r Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universit t M nster (Department of Information Systems, University of Muenster, Germany). His research in the area of object-based database systems has dealt primarily with models for data and objects, database languages, transaction processing, integration with scientific applications, XML and its applications, and workflow management.
PART ONE - BACKGROUND AND MOTIVATION Chapter 1 What Is It All About? Chapter 2 Computational Models PART TWO - CONCURRENCY CONTROL Chapter 3 Concurrency Control: Notions of Correctness for the Page Model Chapter 4 Concurrency Control Algorithms Chapter 5 Multiversion Concurrency Control Chapter 6 Concurrency Control on Objects: Notions of Correctness Chapter 7 Concurrency Control Algorithms on Objects Chapter 8 Concurrency Control on Relational Databases Chapter 9 Concurrency Control on Search Structures Chapter 10 Implementation and Pragmatic Issues PART THREE - RECOVERY Chapter 11 Transaction Recovery Chapter 12 Crash Recovery: Notion of Correctness Chapter 13 Page Model Crash Recovery Algorithms Chapter 14 Object Model Crash Recovery Chapter 15 Special Issues of Recovery Chapter 16 Media Recovery Chapter 17 Application Recovery PART FOUR - COORDINATION OF DISTRIBUTED TRANSACTIONS Chapter 18 Distributed Concurrency Control Chapter 19 Distributed Transaction Recovery PART FIVE - APPLICATIONS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES Chapter 20 What Is Next?
* Provides the most advanced coverage of the topic available anywhere--along with the database background required for you to make full use of this material.
* Explores transaction processing both generically as a broadly applicable set of information technology practices and specifically as a group of techniques for meeting the goals of your enterprise.
* Contains information essential to developers of Web-based e-Commerce functionality--and a wide range of more traditional applications.
* Details the algorithms underlying core transaction processing functionality.