Clustering, concurrency control, crash recovery, garbage collection, and security in object-oriented database management systems
de Paula, Everton, G.
Nelson, Michael L.
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This paper presents considerations about several topics that have a direct influence on data reliability and performance in object oriented database management systems. These topics are: physical storage management (clustering), concurrency control, crash recovery, garbage collection, and database security. Each topic is illustrated by its application to the Tactical Database as designed for the Low Cost Combat Direction System
NPS Report NumberNPS-CS-91-008
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