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Principles of Transaction Processing, 2nd Edition by Eric Newcomer, Philip A. Bernstein

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Bibliographic Notes

The goal of these bibliographic notes is to provide some historical context and offer places to find additional material on each topic. It is not intended to be a comprehensive bibliography.

The definitive work on TP technology is Transaction Processing: Concepts and Techniques, by Jim Gray and Andreas Reuter (1992). Most of the topics in this book are covered there in more detail, usually from the viewpoint of someone developing a database system or transactional middleware. For the reader who wants to dig deeper into TP technology, this is an excellent place to look. However, it is no longer the last word on some topics, since there has been technical progress since it was published. For a more up-to-date view on any particular ...

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