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2010
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Redundant Relations in Relational Databases: A Model Theoretic Perspective
: We initiate in this work the study of a sort of redundancy problem revealed by what we call redundant relations. Roughly, we define a redundant relation in a database instance (d...
Flavio Antonio Ferrarotti, Alejandra Lorena Paolet...
ICDE
2006
IEEE
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Optimization of Complex Nested Queries in Relational Databases
Due to the flexible structures of SQL, no general approach works efficiently for all kinds of queries. Some special kinds of queries can be further optimized for better performa...
Bin Cao
FOCS
2008
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Size Bounds and Query Plans for Relational Joins
Relational joins are at the core of relational algebra, which in turn is the core of the standard database query language SQL. As their evaluation is expensive and very often domi...
Albert Atserias, Martin Grohe, Dániel Marx
ACSC
2007
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Domination Normal Form - Decomposing Relational Database Schemas
A common approach in designing relational databases is to start with a universal relation schema, which is then decomposed into multiple subschemas. A good choice of subschemas ca...
Henning Köhler
WISE
2002
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
Storing and Maintaining Semistructured Data Efficiently in an Object-Relational Database
We propose to use object-relational database management systems to store and manage semi-structured data. ORA-SS (Object-Relationship-Attribute model for Semi-Structured data) [9]...
Yuanying Mo, Tok Wang Ling
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