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MSS
2005
IEEE
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An Architecture for Lifecycle Management in Very Large File Systems
We present a policy-based architecture STEPS for lifecycle management (LCM) in a mass scale distributed file system. The STEPS architecture is designed in the context of IBM’s ...
Akshat Verma, David Pease, Upendra Sharma, Marc Ka...
AAAI
1997
10 years 4 months ago
Efficient Management of Very Large Ontologies
This paper describes an environment for supporting very large ontologies. The system can be used on single PCs, workstations, a cluster of workstations, and high-end parallel supe...
Kilian Stoffel, Merwyn G. Taylor, James A. Hendler
EFDBS
2000
10 years 4 months ago
Managing Multimedia Assets with Federated Join
We describe the architecture of a federated system designed to allow the integration of structured, relational, data together with unstructured multimedia data. Two characteristic...
Alan Cole, Jim Christensen, Howard Sachar, Oleg Du...
IWMMDBMS
1998
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Version Management and Recoverability for Large Object Data
Most applications that access large data objects do so through file systems, but file systems provide an incomplete solution, as they maintain insufficient metadata and do not pro...
Randal C. Burns, Inderpal Narang
WMRD
1990
10 years 6 months ago
Replication in Ficus Distributed File Systems
Ficus is a replicated general ling environment for Unix intended to scale to very large nationwide networks. The system employs an optimistic one copy availability" model in ...
Gerald J. Popek, Richard G. Guy, Thomas W. Page Jr...
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