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VLDB
1992
ACM
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Performance and Scalability of Client-Server Database Architectures
Recent developments in software and hardware changed the way database systems are built and operate. In this paper we present database architectures based on the Client Server par...
Alex Delis, Nick Roussopoulos
PDIS
1994
IEEE
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A Predicate-based Caching Scheme for Client-Server Database Architectures
We propose a new client-side data-caching scheme for relational databases with a central server and multiple clients. Data are loaded into each client cache based on queries execut...
Arthur M. Keller, Julie Basu
ISCOPE
1997
Springer
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Client/Server Architecture in the ADAMS Parallel Object-Oriented Database System
This paper describes issues encountered in the design and implementation of a parallel object-oriented database system. In particular, we find that the design of a client/server ...
Russell F. Haddleton, John L. Pfaltz
SIGMOD
1996
ACM
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Performance Tradeoffs for Client-Server Query Processing
The constructionof high-performance databasesystems that combine the best aspects of the relational and object-oriented approaches requires the design of client-server architectur...
Michael J. Franklin, Björn Þór J...
VLDB
1993
ACM
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Local Disk Caching for Client-Server Database Systems
Client disks ure a valuable resource that ure not adequately exploited by current client-server ciatabasesystems.In this papeG we propose the use of client disksfor caching databa...
Michael J. Franklin, Michael J. Carey, Miron Livny
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