• Don't Be Lazy, Be Consistent: Postgres-R, A New Way to Implement Database Replication. Bettina Kemme, Gustavo Alonso. VLDB 2000. (replication)
  • Efficient Numerical Error Bounding for Replicated Network Services. Haifeng Yu, Amin Vahdat. VLDB 2000. (replication)
  • Offering a Precision-Performance Tradeoff for Aggregation Queries over Replicated Data. Chris Olston, Jennifer Widom. VLDB 2000. (replication)


  • Epidemic Algorithms in Replicated Databases (Extended Abstract). Divyakant Agrawal, Amr El Abbadi, Robert C. Steinke. PODS 1997. (replicated and continuous data)
  • Replication and Consistency: Being Lazy Helps Sometimes. Yuri Breitbart, Henry F. Korth. PODS 1997. (replicated and continuous data)
  • Stochastic Service Guarantees for Continuous Data on Multi-Zone Disks. Guido Nerjes, Peter Muth, Gerhard Weikum. PODS 1997. (replicated and continuous data)


  • Hot Mirroring: A Study to Hide Parity Upgrade Penalty and Degradations During Rebuilds for RAID5. Kazuhiko Mogi, Masaru Kitsuregawa. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1996. (replication and storage)
  • Random I/O Scheduling in Online Tertiary Storage Systems. Bruce Hillyer, Abraham Silberschatz. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1996. (replication and storage)
  • The Dangers of Replication and a Solution. Jim Gray, Pat Helland, Patrick E. O'Neil, Dennis Shasha. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1996. (replication and storage)


  • DEC Data Distributor: for Data Replication and Data Warehousing. Daniel J. Dietterich. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1994. (replicated data)
  • Oracle's Symmetric Replication Technology and Implications for Application Design. Dean Daniels, Lip Boon Doo, Alan Downing, Curtis Elsbernd, Gary Hallmark, Sandeep Jain, Bob Jenkins, Peter Lim, Gordon Smith, Benny Souder, Jim Stamos. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1994. (replicated data)
  • Sybase Replication Server. Alex Gorelik, Yongdong Wang, Mark Deppe. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1994. (replicated data)


  • A Fault-Tolerant Algorithm for Replicated Data Management. Sampath Rangarajan, Sanjeev Setia, Satish K. Tripathi. ICDE 1992. (replicated data management)
  • An Efficient Scheme for Providing High Availability. Anupam Bhide, Ambuj Goyal, Hui-I Hsiao, Anant Jhingran. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1992. (replication techniques)
  • Dynamic Data Distribution (D3) in a Shared-Nothing Multiprocessor Data Store. Donald D. Chamberlin, Frank B. Schmuck. VLDB 1992. (replicated data management)
  • Evaluation of Remote Backup Algorithms for Transaction Processing Systems. Christos A. Polyzois, Hector Garcia-Molina. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1992. (replication techniques)
  • Fast Read-Only Transactions in Replicated Databases. P. C. Aristides, Amr El Abbadi. ICDE 1992. (replicated data management)
  • High Throughput Escrow Algorithms for Replicated Databases. Narayanan Krishnakumar, Arthur J. Bernstein. VLDB 1992. (replicated data management)
  • Improving Fault Tolerance and Supporting Partial Writes in Structured Coterie Protocols for Replicated Objects. Michael Rabinovich, Edward D. Lazowska. ACM SIGMOD Conference 1992. (replication techniques)
  • Object Allocation in Distributed Systems with Virtual Replication. Wesley W. Chu, Berthier A. Ribeiro-Neto, Patrick H. Ngai. ICDE 1992. (replicated data management)
  • Resilient Logical Structures for Efficient Management of Replicated Data. Divyakant Agrawal, Amr El Abbadi. VLDB 1992. (replicated data management)


  • An Analysis of Borrowing Policies for Escrow Transactions in a Replicated Data Environment. Akhil Kumar. ICDE 1990. (replication management)
  • Distributed RAID - A New Multiple Copy Algorithm. Michael Stonebraker, Gerhard A. Schloss. ICDE 1990. (replication management)
  • The Grid Protocol: A High Performance Scheme for Maintaining Replicated Data. Shun Yan Cheung, Mostafa H. Ammar, Mustaque Ahamad. ICDE 1990. (replication management)

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