Serial Schedules, Concurrent Schedules and Conflict Operations

A schedule is the representation of execution sequence for all the instructions of the transactions. Schedules are categorized in two types:

  • Serial Schedules
  • Concurrent Schedules

Serial Schedules:

A schedule is said to be serial if and only if all the instructions of all the transactions get executed non-preemptively as an unit. OR

Each serial schedule consists of a sequence of instructions from various transactions, where the instructions belonging to one single transaction appear together in that schedule.

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