• Computer Science
  • Published 1997

Strip: a soft real-time main memory database for open systems

@inproceedings{Adelberg1997StripAS,
  title={Strip: a soft real-time main memory database for open systems},
  author={Bradley Scott Adelberg},
  year={1997}
}
Traditionally, real-time systems have been used in control applications, such as plant control and flight control. These applications have stringent timing requirements and missing even a single deadline can be disastrous. Currently, however, there is interest in real-time capabilities from other types of applications. Many problems in telecommunications, program trading, and multimedia delivery require systems that are cognizant of the temporal aspects of both data and transactions… CONTINUE READING

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