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The Bayou Architecture: support for data sharing among mobile users

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6 Author(s)
A. Demers ; Comput. Sci. Lab., Xerox Palo Alto Res. Center, CA, USA ; K. Petersen ; M. Spreitzer ; D. Ferry
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The Bayou System is a platform of replicated, highly available, variable-consistency, mobile databases on which to build collaborative applications. This paper presents the preliminary system architecture along with the design goals that influenced it. We take a fresh, bottom-up and critical look at the requirements of mobile computing applications and carefully pull together both new and existing techniques into an overall architecture that meets these requirements. Our emphasis is on supporting application-specific conflict detection and resolution and on providing application-controlled inconsistency

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Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, 1994. Proceedings., Workshop on

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8-9 Dec 1994