His main research concerns Database, Database transaction, Relational database, Operating system and Database design. His Database research focuses on Snapshot, Distributed database and Database tuning. His Database transaction study which covers Commit that intersects with Transaction processing system, Undo and Abort.
His Relational database research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Simple API for XML, cXML, Data independence and SQL. His Operating system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Database machine and Rollback. His studies examine the connections between Relational database management system and genetics, as well as such issues in Data structure, with regards to System testing.
Bruce G. Lindsay spends much of his time researching Database, Database transaction, Distributed computing, Database design and Relational database. His Information retrieval research extends to Database, which is thematically connected. His Database transaction research includes themes of Identifier, Commit and Operating system, Undo.
His studies in Relational database integrate themes in fields like Programming language and SQL. The concepts of his Relational database management system study are interwoven with issues in Software, Theoretical computer science, Joins and Data conversion. His work carried out in the field of Database schema brings together such families of science as View and Database theory.
His primary areas of study are Database, Replication, Table, Data mining and Real-time computing. In the subject of general Database, his work in Database design and Failure transparency is often linked to Replica, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Relational database, Relational database management system and SQL in addition to Database design.
He interconnects Data administration, Asynchronous data, Peer-to-peer, Initialization and Database transaction in the investigation of issues within Replication. In his research, X/Open XA is intimately related to Message broker, which falls under the overarching field of Database transaction. His research in Real-time computing focuses on subjects like Set, which are connected to Data processing system.
Bruce G. Lindsay mainly focuses on Replication, Peer-to-peer, Asynchronous data, Distributed computing and Initialization. Bruce G. Lindsay combines subjects such as Data migration, Database transaction, Database testing, Database tuning and Table with his study of Replication. His Peer-to-peer research incorporates themes from Row, Identification, State, Asynchronous communication and Asynchronous replication.
His work investigates the relationship between Distributed computing and topics such as Distributed transaction that intersect with problems in Transaction log. Transaction log is a subfield of Database that Bruce G. Lindsay tackles. His research investigates the link between Initialization and topics such as Operating system that cross with problems in Object.
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ARIES: a transaction recovery method supporting fine-granularity locking and partial rollbacks using write-ahead logging
C. Mohan;Don Haderle;Bruce Lindsay;Hamid Pirahesh.
ACM Transactions on Database Systems (1992)
The Recovery Manager of the System R Database Manager
Jim Gray;Paul McJones;Mike Blasgen;Bruce Lindsay.
ACM Computing Surveys (1981)
Transaction management in the R* distributed database management system
C. Mohan;B. Lindsay;R. Obermarck.
ACM Transactions on Database Systems (1986)
Efficiently Publishing Relational Data as XML Documents
Jayavel Shanmugasundaram;Eugene J. Shekita;Rimon Barr;Michael J. Carey.
very large data bases (2001)
Starburst mid-flight: as the dust clears (database project)
L.M. Haas;W. Chang;G.M. Lohman;J. McPherson.
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (1990)
Approximate medians and other quantiles in one pass and with limited memory
Gurmeet Singh Manku;Sridhar Rajagopalan;Bruce G. Lindsay.
international conference on management of data (1998)
A history and evaluation of System R
Donald D. Chamberlin;Morton M. Astrahan;Michael W. Blasgen;James N. Gray.
Communications of The ACM (1981)
Third-generation database system manifesto
Michael Stonebraker;Lawrence A. Rowe;Bruce Lindsay;James Gray.
international conference on management of data (1990)
Method, System, and Program for Merging Log Entries From Multiple Recovery Log Files
Serge Bourbonnais;Elizabeth Belva Hamel;Bruce G. Lindsay;Chengfei Liu.
Methods to support multimethod function overloading with compile-time type checking
Rakesh Agrawal;Linda Gail De Michiel;Bruce Gilbert Lindsay.
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