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2009
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Inter-Operator Feedback in Data Stream Management Systems via Punctuation
High-volume, high-speed data streams may overwhelm the capabilities of stream processing systems; techniques such as data prioritization, avoidance of unnecessary processing and o...
Rafael Fernández-Moctezuma, Kristin Tufte, ...
CIDR
2009
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Requirements for Science Data Bases and SciDB
: For the past year, we have been assembling requirements from a collection of scientific data base users from astronomy, particle physics, fusion, remote sensing, oceanography, an...
Michael Stonebraker, Jacek Becla, David J. DeWitt,...
CIDR
2009
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Sailing the Information Ocean with Awareness of Currents: Discovery and Application of Source Dependence
The Web has enabled the availability of a huge amount of useful information, but has also eased the ability to spread false information and rumors across multiple sources, making ...
Laure Berti-Equille, Anish Das Sarma, Xin Dong, Am...
CIDR
2009
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Continuous Analytics: Rethinking Query Processing in a Network-Effect World
Modern data analysis applications driven by the Network Effect are pushing traditional database and data warehousing technologies beyond their limits due to their massively increa...
Michael J. Franklin, Sailesh Krishnamurthy, Neil C...
CIDR
2009
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Principles for Inconsistency
Data consistency is very desirable because strong semantic properties make it easier to write correct programs that perform as users expect. However, there are good reasons why co...
Shel Finkelstein, Dean Jacobs, Rainer Brendle
CIDR
2009
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Social Systems: Can We Do More Than Just Poke Friends?
Social sites have become extremely popular among users but have they attracted equal attention from the research community? Are they good only for simple tasks, such as tagging an...
Georgia Koutrika, Benjamin Bercovitz, Robert Ikeda...
CIDR
2009
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LifeRaft: Data-Driven, Batch Processing for the Exploration of Scientific Databases
Workloads that comb through vast amounts of data are gaining importance in the sciences. These workloads consist of "needle in a haystack" queries that are long running ...
Xiaodan Wang, Randal C. Burns, Tanu Malik
CIDR
2009
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Visualizing the robustness of query execution
In database query processing, actual run-time conditions (e.g., actual selectivities and actual available memory) very often differ from compile-time expectations of run-time cond...
Goetz Graefe, Harumi A. Kuno, Janet L. Wiener
CIDR
2009
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The Case for RodentStore: An Adaptive, Declarative Storage System
Recent excitement in the database community surrounding new applications--analytic, scientific, graph, geospatial, etc.--has led to an explosion in research on database storage sy...
Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, Eugene Wu, Samuel M...
CIDR
2009
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A Case for A Collaborative Query Management System
Over the past 40 years, database management systems (DBMSs) have evolved to provide a sophisticated variety of data management capabilities. At the same time, tools for managing q...
Nodira Khoussainova, Magdalena Balazinska, Wolfgan...
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