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DEBU
2007
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11 years 5 months ago
Recording Provenance for SQL Queries and Updates
Knowing the origin of data (i.e., where the data was copied or created from)—its provenance—is vital for assessing the trustworthiness of contemporary scientific databases su...
Stijn Vansummeren, James Cheney
EDBT
2010
ACM
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11 years 8 months ago
Techniques for efficiently querying scientific workflow provenance graphs
A key advantage of scientific workflow systems over traditional scripting approaches is their ability to automatically record data and process dependencies introduced during workf...
Manish Kumar Anand, Shawn Bowers, Bertram Ludä...
SIGMOD
2005
ACM
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12 years 5 months ago
Immortal DB: transaction time support for SQL server
Immortal DB builds transaction time database support into the SQL Server engine, not in middleware. Transaction time databases retain and provide access to prior states of a datab...
David B. Lomet, Roger S. Barga, Mohamed F. Mokbel,...
SIGMOD
2008
ACM
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12 years 5 months ago
Efficient provenance storage
Scientific workflow systems are increasingly used to automate complex data analyses, largely due to their benefits over traditional approaches for workflow design, optimization, a...
Adriane Chapman, H. V. Jagadish, Prakash Ramanan
CINQ
2004
Springer
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11 years 10 months ago
Frequent Itemset Discovery with SQL Using Universal Quantification
Algorithms for finding frequent itemsets fall into two broad classes: (1) algorithms that are based on non-trivial SQL statements to query and update a database, and (2) algorithms...
Ralf Rantzau
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