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2008
Springer

DSM vs. NSM: CPU performance tradeoffs in block-oriented query processing

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DSM vs. NSM: CPU performance tradeoffs in block-oriented query processing
Comparisons between the merits of row-wise storage (NSM) and columnar storage (DSM) are typically made with respect to the persistent storage layer of database systems. In this paper, however, we focus on the CPU efficiency tradeoffs of tuple representations inside the query execution engine, while tuples flow through a processing pipeline. We analyze the performance in the context of query engines using so-called "block-oriented" processing
Marcin Zukowski, Niels Nes, Peter A. Boncz
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DAMON
Authors Marcin Zukowski, Niels Nes, Peter A. Boncz
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