By Kam-Yiu Lam, Tei-Wei Kuo
In recent times, great study has been dedicated to the layout of database platforms for real-time functions, known as real-time database platforms (RTDBS), the place transactions are linked with points in time on their of completion instances, and a few of the information gadgets within the database are linked to temporal constraints on their validity. Examples of significant functions of RTDBS contain inventory buying and selling platforms, navigation platforms and computing device built-in production. various transaction scheduling algorithms and concurrency regulate protocols were proposed to meet transaction timing information temporal constraints. different layout matters very important to the functionality of a RTDBS are buffer administration, index accesses and I/O scheduling. Real-Time Database structures: structure and strategies summarizes very important learn ends up in this quarter, and serves as an first-class reference for practitioners, researchers and educators of real-time structures and database platforms.
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Whether it is reasonable for a memory-resident implementation or whether the data must be maintained in, or staged to, some long-term storage device. 1 AVIONICS AND SPACE There are many different kinds of avionics and space applications, so this discussion can describe only a few in any detail. In general, avionics and space applications can be characterized as managing a set of sensors and actuators managing information describing and controlling an external environment. For example, a flight control system has sensors that describe the pilot’s intentions such as the position of the control yoke or rudder pedals, the operation of the control switches, attitude and airspeed sensors, etc.
In the following discussion we are addressing two distinct audiences. The first is the mainstream database researchers and users who usually do not have any experience with real-time issues and often feel that it is acceptable to simply use a commercial database management system and make it go fast! The second audience is the real-time system community who, in the past, have dealt with real-time data from sensors and data derived from this data. Usually all this real-time data was in main memory, and when higher level (non-realtime) data was required it was probably placed in a totally separate database system, outside the real-time data purview.
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Real-Time Database Systems - Architecture and Techniques (The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science Volume 593) (The Springer ... Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Kam-Yiu Lam, Tei-Wei Kuo