Database systems: A real-time database management system for No. 5 ESS

@article{Barclay1982DatabaseSA,
  title={Database systems: A real-time database management system for No. 5 ESS},
  author={D. K. Barclay and Edward R. Byrne and Fred K. Ng},
  journal={The Bell System Technical Journal},
  year={1982},
  volume={61},
  pages={2423-2437}
}
A database management system was designed and implemented for the No. 5 Electronic Switching System. It is a specialized database management system based on the relational data model. The database is distributed and subject to stringent real-time constraints and reliability requirements. The system characteristics, capabilities, and design philosophy are described herein. 
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