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Distributed Database Concepts

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Distributed Database Concepts

M.Sc. Computer Science

Author : Rekha Malihalli

Book ID : 1390

ISBN : 978-93-5016-098-5

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Contents

1. Distributed Databases: An Overview

1.1 Introduction 

1.2 Features of Distributed vs Centralized Databases 

1.3 Why DDB? DDBMS     

1.4 Promises / Problem Areas in Implementing a DDB   

2. Distributed Database Management System (DDBMS) Architecture

2.1 Introduction 

2.2 DBMS Standardization     

2.3 Architectural Models for DDBMS 

2.4 DDBMS Architecture 

2.5 Distributed Catalog Management 

3. Distributed Database Design

3.1 Introduction 

3.2 Alternative Design Strategies  

3.3 Distributed Design Issues

3.4 Concepts of Join Graphs  

3.5 Fragmentation and Allocation   

4. Overview of Query Processing

4.1 Introduction 

4.2 Query Processing Problems

4.3 Objectives of Query Processing 

4.4 Complexity of Relational Algebra Operations

4.5 Characterization of Query Processors 

4.6 Layers of Query Processing     

5. Query Decomposition and Data Localization

5.1 Introduction 

5.2 Query Decomposition

5.3 Localization of Distributed Data     

6. Optimization of Distributed Queries

6.1 Introduction 

6.2 Query Optimization 

6.3 Centralized Query Optimization 

6.4 Join Ordering in Fragment Queries    

6.5 Distributed Query Optimization Algorithms  

7. Management of Distributed Transactions

7.1 Introduction 

7.2 Termination Condition of Transaction 

7.3 Characterization of Transactions     

7.4 Framework for Transaction Management 

7.5 Supporting Atomicity of Distributed Transactions 

7.6 Concurrency Control for Distributed Transactions 

7.7 Architectural Aspects of Distributed Transactions

8. Concurrency Control

8.1 Introduction 

8.2 Foundations of Distributed Concurrency Control   

8.3 Distributed Deadlocks    

8.4 Concurrency Control based on Timestamps    

8.5 Optimistic Methods for Distributed Concurrency   

9. Distributed DBMS Reliability

9.1 Introduction 

9.2 Reliability Concepts and Measures    

9.3 Failures and Fault Tolerance in Distributed Systems    

9.4 Failures in DBMS   

9.5 Local Reliability Protocols    

9.6 Distributed Reliability Protocols    

9.7 Dealing with Site Failures     

9.8 Network Partitioning     

9.9 Architectural Considerations of Reliability Protocols

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