"Virtual Full Replication for Scalable Distributed Real-Time Databases"
Dissertation No. 1281. Linköping studies in science and technology.
This thesis explores scalable and flexible architecture for the replication of data in the distributed real-time database DeeDS. It progresses from fixed allocations of data (required for hard real-time requirements) to adaptive allocations where data is migrated as needed, and ends with an adaptive sensor-network architecture that is multi-tiered -- one (lower) tier for sensor nodes, which are attached to database or fusion nodes in one or more (upper) tiers.
Permanent link, final version (Linköping University Electronic Press)
- 2009-12-18 Thesis Defense
- 2009-11-25 Printed copies available.
- 2009-11-06 Submission of Final Complete Draft.
- 2009-10-20 Complete Draft. (Language reviewed)
- 2009-06-22 First Complete Draft.