Avoiding the Need for Database Concurrency Mechanisms

Traditional database management systems provide locking and parallel transaction execution mechanisms to allow application programmers to perform updates that maintain an application-level integrity policy, whilst not freezing out other database activity whilst is in progress. This paper describes how active database management systems can avoid the need for such mechanisms, with subsequent benefits in both system performance and simplicity of implementation.

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