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Delegation in ACTA to Control Sharing in Extended Transactions.

Panos K. Chrysanthis, Krithi Ramamritham: Delegation in ACTA to Control Sharing in Extended Transactions. IEEE Data Eng. Bull. 16(2): 16-19(1993)
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               Krithi Ramamritham},
  title     = {Delegation in ACTA to Control Sharing in Extended Transactions},
  journal   = {IEEE Data Eng. Bull.},
  volume    = {16},
  number    = {2},
  year      = {1993},
  pages     = {16-19},
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Abstract

ACTA is a comprehensive transaction framework that facilitates the formal description of properties of extended transaction models. Specifically, using ACTA, one can specify and reason about (1) the effects of transactions on objects and (2) the interactions between transactions. This paper focuses on one of the building blocks of ACTA, namely delegation. A transaction ti can delegate to tj the responsibility for committing or aborting an operation op. Once this delegation occurs, it is as if tj performed op and not ti. We discuss how the notion of delegation is useful to capture the interactions that take place in extended transactions.

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