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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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1.Transaction is a ________ of work that represents real-world events of any organisation or an enterprise, whereas concurrency control is the management of concurrent transaction execution.
2.________ is the activity of coordinating the actions of processes that operate in parallel, access shared data, and therefore potentially interfere with each other.
3.A simple way to detect a state of deadlock is for the system to construct and maintain a ________ graph.
4.A transaction is a sequence of ________ and ________ actions that are grouped together to from a database access.
5.________ is the ability of a DBMS to manage the various transactions that occur within the system.
6.Atomic transaction is a transaction in which either ...

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