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<p><b>Abstract</b>—This paper proposes a generic framework to integrate real-time scheduling algorithms, conventional concurrency control algorithms, and aborting algorithms. The schedulability of a transaction system is improved by aborting excessive blocking from lower priority transactions. A schedulability analysis model is proposed to better manage the schedulability of a transaction system.</p>
Real-time databases, concurrency control, priority inversion, transaction aborting, real-time data access.

L. Shu, T. Kuo and M. Liang, "A Quantification of Aborting Effect for Real-Time Data Accesses," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 52, no. , pp. 670-675, 2003.
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