2003 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the principles and practice of database management.
2000 - ACM Fellow For significant and lasting influence to principles and practice of database management. Service to community via a bestseller undergraduate textbook, student mentoring and leadership role in industry.
His main research concerns Database, Database schema, Programming language, Database transaction and Database design. He is involved in the study of Database that focuses on Service in particular. His Database schema research integrates issues from Distributed concurrency control, Multiversion concurrency control, Non-lock concurrency control and Database tuning.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Conceptual schema and Data model. Henry F. Korth has included themes like Computer security, Software engineering and Group in his Database transaction study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mathematical proof, Universal relation assumption, Comprehension and Implementation in addition to Database design.
Henry F. Korth spends much of his time researching Distributed computing, Database, Database transaction, Serializability and Concurrency control. His study focuses on the intersection of Distributed computing and fields such as Consistency with connections in the field of Replication. His research integrates issues of Process and Information retrieval in his study of Database.
His research in Database transaction intersects with topics in Correctness, Commit and Concurrency. His Serializability research includes themes of Global serializability, Two-phase locking, Isolation and Commitment ordering. His Concurrency control study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scalability and Scheduling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Database, Information retrieval, Database transaction, Concurrency control and Library science. His Database research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer program and Request for information. His study on Information retrieval also encompasses disciplines like
As part of the same scientific family, Henry F. Korth usually focuses on Database transaction, concentrating on Scalability and intersecting with Concurrent computing. His Concurrency control research incorporates themes from Commit, Concurrency and Serialization. His Distributed computing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Serializability, Non-lock concurrency control, Isolation, Two-phase commit protocol and Multiversion concurrency control.
His primary areas of investigation include World Wide Web, Information retrieval, Database, Metaverse and XML validation. Henry F. Korth has researched World Wide Web in several fields, including Cover, SPARK and Shared resource. Henry F. Korth interconnects Computer program, Hyperlink, Request for information and Selection in the investigation of issues within Information retrieval.
His Database study combines topics in areas such as Software pipelining, Pentium, Operating system, Speedup and Algorithm. His XML validation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in XSL, Streaming XML, XML database and XML Schema Editor. Many of his studies on XML Schema Editor apply to Database design as well.
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Database System Concepts
Henry F. Korth;Abraham Silberschatz.
Semantics and implementation of schema evolution in object-oriented databases
Jay Banerjee;Won Kim;Hyoung-Joo Kim;Henry F. Korth.
international conference on management of data (1987)
Fundamentos de bases de datos
H. Korth;A. Silberschatz.
Tomasz Imielinski;Henry F. Korth.
Covering indexes for branching path queries
Raghav Kaushik;Philip Bohannon;Jeffrey F Naughton;Henry F Korth.
international conference on management of data (2002)
Database Systems Concepts
Abraham Silberschatz;Henry F. Korth;S. Sudarshan.
A formal approach to recovery by compensating transactions
Henry F. Korth;Eliezer levy;Abraham Silberschatz.
very large data bases (1990)
Database system issues in nomadic computing
Rafael Alonso;Henry F. Korth.
international conference on management of data (1993)
Locking Primitives in a Database System
Henry F. Korth.
Journal of the ACM (1983)
The Claremont report on database research
Rakesh Agrawal;Anastasia Ailamaki;Philip A. Bernstein;Eric A. Brewer.
Communications of The ACM (2009)
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