Prototype Architecture for Real-Time Object Oriented Distributed Database
Source: Eashwar Publications
Real-Time Object Oriented Distributed Database has temporal requirements for management of data, timing constraints on transactions, and performance goals. Temporal database contains time-varying data. In a Real-Time Database transaction have deadlines or timing constraints. A typical Real-Time application is program trading for financial markets, accessing information concurrently, within a dynamic changing environment where data within database have short life; each task is with a real time deadline. Missing deadline will correspond to missing a trading opportunity. To address such type of problem the authors present a Novel Architecture using a concept of Real-Time Object Oriented Distributed Database (RTOOD) for the Disk Resident Object Oriented Database (DROOD).