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Figure 1: Isolation is a property in transaction.

Database in-memory technology is improving year after year; therefore, isolation techniques are modified for better performance. Where you see below is to explain what data anomaly, relating to concurrency are; and how, isolation techniques help user to maintain an acceptable level of control over these data anomalies. In part two of this article we will discuss row versioning, rowlock, and deadlock each of these isolation methods utilize.

see: http://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/20279/Isolation-levels-at-a-glance-Part-1-2.html
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I think you are asking for us to proof read. If not, I have missed the point.

Database in-memory is a technology that is improving year after year; accordingly, isolation techniques can be modified for better performance. What you see below is a data anomaly relating to concurrency and then how isolation techniques help the user to maintain an acceptable level of control over these data anomalies. In part two of this article, we will discuss row versioning, rowlock, and deadlock that each of these isolation methods utilize.

(I am not do not have a lot of database knowledge, so I have attempted to make your paragraph read well, but please be sure I did not distort the meaning).
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@Mike Eghtebas - You are very welcome and good luck with your article. I do hope it helps your readers.
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