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Real-Time Database Systems

Issues and Applications

Bestavros, Azer, Lin, Kwei-Jay, Sang Hyuk Son (Eds.)

1997, XV, 368 p.

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Despite the growing interest in Real-Time Database Systems, there is no single book that acts as a reference to academics, professionals, and practitioners who wish to understand the issues involved in the design and development of RTDBS. Real-Time Database Systems: Issues and Applications fulfills this need. This book presents the spectrum of issues that may arise in various real-time database applications, the available solutions and technologies that may be used to address these issues, and the open problems that need to be tackled in the future.
With rapid advances in this area, several concepts have been proposed without a widely accepted consensus on their definitions and implications. To address this need, the first chapter is an introduction to the key RTDBS concepts and definitions, which is followed by a survey of the state of the art in RTDBS research and practice. The remainder of the book consists of four sections: models and paradigms, applications and benchmarks, scheduling and concurrency control, and experimental systems. The chapters in each section are contributed by experts in the respective areas.
Real-Time Database Systems: Issues and Applications is primarily intended for practicing engineers and researchers working in the growing area of real-time database systems. For practitioners, the book will provide a much needed bridge for technology transfer and continued education. For researchers, this book will provide a comprehensive reference for well-established results. This book can also be used in a senior or graduate level course on real-time systems, real-time database systems, and database systems or closely related courses.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Access - DBMS - Scheduling - WWW - communication - concurrency - database - database systems - databases - multimedia - object-oriented database - performance - real-time system

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Security and Cryptology

Table of contents 

Preface. 1. Advances in Real-Time Database Systems Research; A. Bestavros, et al. Section I: Models and Paradigms. 2. Requirements and Issues on Real-Time Database Systems; Kwei-Jay Lin, F. Jahanian. 3. Similarity Semantics and Concurrency Control; Tei-Wei Kuo, A.K. Mok. 4. Probabilistic Real-Time Data Access with Deadline and Interval Constraints; Lei Zhou, et al. Section II: Applications and Benchmarks. 5. Real-Time Databases: Real-World Requirements; D. Locke. 6. Real-Time Databases in Telecommunications; K.E.E. Raatikainen. 7. Unbundled RTDBMS Support for WWW-Applications; H. Branding, A.P. Buchmann. 8. Multimedia Capabilities in Distributed Real-Time Applications; S. Sen, et al. 9. Real-Time Database Benchmark Design for Avionics Systems; C.S. Peng, et al. 10. Cost Model Development for a Main Memory Database System; S. Listgarten, M.-A. Neimat. Section III: Scheduling and Concurrency Control. 11. Scheduling Access to Temporal Data in Real-Time Databases; Ming Xiong, et al. 12. Admission Control and Overload Management for Real-Time Databases; A. Bestavros, S. Nagy. 13. Lock-Free Transactions for Real-Time Systems; J.H. Anderson, et al. 14. A Worst-Case Behaviour Analysis for Hard Real-Time Transactions; Jeongyong Byun, et al. 15. Performance Modeling of Real-Time Database Schedulers; P.D.V. van der Stok, et al. Section IV: Experimental Systems. 16. The RTSORAC Real-Time Object-Oriented Database Prototype; V.F. Wolfe, et al. 17. Developing a Real-Time DB: The Starbase Experience; Young-Kuk Kim, S.H. Son. 18. Refining Timing Constraints of Applications in Deeds; J. Mellin, et al. 19. A Real-Time Database Server in an Agile Manufacturing System; SungKil Lee, et al. Index.

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