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Serializability with Constraints.

Toshihide Ibaraki, Tiko Kameda, Toshimi Minoura: Serializability with Constraints. ACM Trans. Database Syst. 12(3): 429-452(1987)
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  author    = {Toshihide Ibaraki and
               Tiko Kameda and
               Toshimi Minoura},
  title     = {Serializability with Constraints},
  journal   = {ACM Trans. Database Syst.},
  volume    = {12},
  number    = {3},
  year      = {1987},
  pages     = {429-452},
  ee        = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/27629.214284, db/journals/tods/IbarakiKM87.html},
  bibsource = {DBLP, http://dblp.uni-trier.de}
}
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Abstract

This paper deals with the serializability theory for single-version and multiversion database systems. We first introduce the concept of disjoint-interval topological sort (DITS, for short) of an arc-labeled directed acyclic graph. It is shown that a history is serializable if and only if its transaction IO graph has a DITS. We then define several subclasses of serializable histories, based on the constraints imposed by write-write, write-read, read-write, or read-read conflicts, and investigate inclusion relationships among them. In terms of DITS, we give a sufficient condition for a class of serializable histories to be polynomially recognizable, which is then used to show that a new class of histories, named WRW, can be recognized in polynomial time. We also present NP-completeness results for the problem of testing membership in some other classes.

In the second half of this paper, we extend these results to multiversion database systems. The inclusion relationships among multiversion classes defined by constraints, such as write-write and write-read, are investigated. One such class coincides with class DMVSR, introduced by Papadimitriou and Kanellakis, and gives a simple characterization of this class. It is shown that for most constraints, multiversion classes properly contain the corresponding single-version classes. Complexity results for the membership testing are also discussed.

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Referenced by

  1. Tadeusz Morzy: The Correctness of Concurrency Control for Multiversion Database Systems with Limited Number of Versions. ICDE 1993: 595-604
  2. Ada Wai-Chee Fu, Tiko Kameda: Concurrency Control of Nested Transactions Accessing B-Trees. PODS 1989: 270-285
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