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27 Feb 2015 - 5:02pm

Seems like you are missing options.

What are options to check against?

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21 Feb 2015 - 5:20pm

Stack, program counter and registers are private to a THREAD. Address space is private to a process and shared by all the threads under a particular thread. I think answer should A) Stack.

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13 Feb 2015 - 1:03pm

Simple definition of transitive dependancy.

A->B and

B->C then

A->C.

 

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Simplify the Expression and then represent the it. Other than this no such shortcuts.

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Don't worry. GATE don't ask ambiguous questions.

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Try all possible combination of schedule and check which schedule satisfy all condition.

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Precedence graph method is all to gather a different story. It's useful for checking the Conflict Serialized schedule. And i guess your question is about checking View Serializability. If you want to check Conflict SErilizable schedule than make a precedence graph and check that as well.

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The Schedule is View Serializable if below 3 conditions are satisfied...

1) A Tx reads an initial data in a Schedule, the same Tx also should read the initial data in one of the transaction combination.

2) A Tx reads a data after another Tx has written in a Schedule, the same Tx also should read the data after another Tx has written it in one of the transaction combination.

3) A Tx writes the final value for a data in a Schedule, the same Tx should also write the final data in one of the transaction combination.

Try with this condition to your question.

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oh yeah... My bad!

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