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Managing Contention and Timing Constraints in a Real-Time Database System

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Managing Contention and Timing Constraints in a Real-Time Database System
Previous work in real-time database management systems (RT-DBMS) has primarily based on simulation. This paper discusses how current real-time technology has been applied to architect an actual RTD B M S on a real-time microkernel operating system. A real RT-DBMS must confront many practical issues which simulations typically ignore: race conditions, concurrency, and asynchrony. The challenge of constructing a R T - D B M S is divided into three basic problems: dealing with resource contention, dealing with data contention, and enforcing timing constraints. In this paper, we present our approaches to each problem.
Matthew R. Lehr, Young-Kuk Kim, Sang Hyuk Son
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Year 1995
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Authors Matthew R. Lehr, Young-Kuk Kim, Sang Hyuk Son
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