Supporting predictability in real-time database systems

@inproceedings{Kim1996SupportingPI,
  title={Supporting predictability in real-time database systems},
  author={Young-Kuk Kim and Sang Hyuk Son},
  booktitle={IEEE Real Time Technology and Applications Symposium},
  year={1996}
}
Real-time database systems (RTDBS) have timing constraints in the speciication, such as ready times, deadlines, and temporal constraints. In addition, RT-DBS must adapt to changes in the operating environment and guarantee the completion of critical transactions. Previous research eeorts in RTDBS have been focused on scheduling transactions with soft or rm deadlines with serializability as the sole correctness criterion. Not much results have been reported for supporting predictable transaction… CONTINUE READING

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