Title: Rules of Distributed Database Techniques
Writer: M. Tamer Özsu, Patrick Valduriez
Hardcover: 846 pages
Writer: Springer; third ed. 2011 version (March 2, 2011)
This third version of a basic textbook can be utilized to show on the senior undergraduate and graduate ranges. The fabric concentrates on elementary theories in addition to methods and algorithms. The arrival of the Web and the World Large Net, and, extra lately, the emergence of cloud computing and streaming knowledge purposes, has pressured a renewal of curiosity in distributed and parallel knowledge administration, whereas, on the similar time, requiring a rethinking of a number of the conventional methods. This guide covers the breadth and depth of this re-emerging subject. The protection consists of two elements. The primary half discusses the elemental rules of distributed knowledge administration and consists of distribution design, knowledge integration, distributed question processing and optimization, distributed transaction administration, and replication. The second half focuses on extra superior subjects and consists of dialogue of parallel database techniques, distributed object administration, peer-to-peer knowledge administration, net knowledge administration, knowledge stream techniques, and cloud computing.
New on this Version:
• New chapters, overlaying database replication, database integration, multidatabase question processing, peer-to-peer knowledge administration, and net knowledge administration.
• Protection of rising subjects comparable to knowledge streams and cloud computing
• In depth revisions and updates based mostly on years of sophistication testing and suggestions Ancillary educating supplies can be found.