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 # 5. The glass is half full
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-Better for low contention and long transaction length. The former lines up with 
-expectations, the latter doesn't (to the degree that I suspect it indicates an 
-error on our part somewhere), as OCC performs well in situations where 
-contention, and therefore the number of transactions that need to be restarted 
-is low, and where the cost of restarting, should it be necessary, is also low.
+Better for low contention and long transaction length. Our data shown above
+supports this property, as OCC performs well in situations where contention, 
+and therefore the number of transactions that need to be restarted is low, 
+and where the cost of restarting, should it be necessary, is also low.
 
 I would expect in a real system, where due to the pieces mentioned, the cost of 
 each transaction, and therefore that of a restart, is higher, that the low