Measuring the Quality of Service of Optimistic Replication
In large systems, replication is a useful technique for improving information accessibility and surviving network unreliability. Optimistic replication trades of consistency for availability, allowing updates despite communication failures at a small risk of violating single-copy serializability.
KeywordsInformation System Operating System Communication Network Large System Database Management
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