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Hash Joins and Hash Teams in Microsoft SQL Server

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Hash Joins and Hash Teams in Microsoft SQL Server
The query execution engine in Microsoft SQL Server employs hash-based algorithms for inner and outer joins, semi-joins, set operations (such as intersection), grouping, and duplicate removal. The implementation combines many techniques proposed individually in the research literature but never combined in a single implementation, neither in a product nor in a research prototype. One of the paper's contributions is a design that cleanly integrates most existing techniques. One technique, however, which we call hash teams and which has previously been described only in vague terms, has not been implemented in prior research or product work. It realizes in hash-based query processing many of the benefits of interesting orderings in sort-based query processing. Moreover, we describe how memory is managed in complex and bushy query evaluation plans with multiple sort and hash operations. Finally, we report on the effectiveness of hashing using two very typical database queries, includ...
Goetz Graefe, Ross Bunker, Shaun Cooper
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where VLDB
Authors Goetz Graefe, Ross Bunker, Shaun Cooper
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