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Let us consider a transaction t (in the page model) to be a (finite) sequence of steps (actions) of the form r ( x ) or w ( x ) , written t -- P l . . Pn where n < c~, Pi E {r(x), w(x)} for 1 _< i _< n, and x ~ D. " Thus, we abstract from the details of a transaction as a program execution, and concentrate only on the sequence of read and write operations that results from the execution. Next we look at how we could define some form of semantics for individual transactions. Each step occurring in a transaction can be uniquely identified so that two distinct transactions will not have steps in common.

In this chapter, we will go even further and introduce two precise computational models for transactional servers around which all our discussions in subsequent chapters of this book will center. In particular, the theory and algorithms of concurrency control and of recovery that we will present are based on these two models, from which most of our correctness and efficiency arguments can be carried over to real implementations and applications. Especially for correctness, it will be necessary to look at transactions even from a formal point of view, and we will show here to what extent this is possible and what natural limits exist.

2, for example, the leaf node descendants under the Append operation are farther away from the root than those of the Modify operation, although these two inner nodes are at the same tree level as seen from the root. For clarity, however, we will usually attempt to place operations that belong to the same object type(s) or interface within one level of the graphical picture of a transaction tree. 2, all operations of the query processing layer adjacently and have decided to let the Append operation stick out.

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