Advances in Real-Time Database Systems Research

  title={Advances in Real-Time Database Systems Research},
  author={Azer Bestavros},
  journal={SIGMOD Record},
A Real-Time DataBase System (RTDBS) can be viewed as an amalgamation of a conventional DataBase Management System (DBMS) and a real-t ime system. Like a DBMS, it has to process transactions and guarantee ACID database properties. Furthermore, it has to operate in real-time, satisfying t ime constraints imposed on transaction commitments. A RTDBS may exist as a standoalone system or as an embedded component in a larger mult idatabase system. The publication in 1988 of a special issue of ACM… CONTINUE READING


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