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CIDR
2003
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The Database Machine: Old Story, New Slant?
Current database management system technology is not well equipped to provide adequate support for what has been deemed the 3rd wave of computing -- Ubiquitous Computing. Such app...
Julie A. McCann
CIDR
2003
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SkyQuery: A Web Service Approach to Federate Databases
Traditional science searched for new objects and phenomena that led to discoveries. Tomorrow's science will combine together the large pool of information in scientific archi...
Tanu Malik, Alexander S. Szalay, Tamas Budavari, A...
CIDR
2003
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Capacity Bound-free Web Warehouse
Web cache technologies have been developed as an extension of CPU cache, by modifying LRU (Least Recently Used) algorithms. Actually in web cache systems, we can use disks and ter...
Yahiko Kambayashi, Kai Cheng
CIDR
2003
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Distributed Computing with BEA WebLogic Server
This paper surveys distributed computing techniques used in the implementation of BEA WebLogic Server. It discusses how application servers provide a distributed transactional inf...
Dean Jacobs
CIDR
2003
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A Case for Staged Database Systems
Traditional database system architectures face a rapidly evolving operating environment, where millions of users store and access terabytes of data. In order to cope with increasi...
Stavros Harizopoulos, Anastassia Ailamaki
CIDR
2003
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Active Server Availability Feedback
The current software development process in common use within industry is inefficient, in that the time required to incorporate results from competitive, beta, and previous releas...
James R. Hamilton
CIDR
2003
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Crossing the Structure Chasm
It has frequently been observed that most of the world’s data lies outside database systems. The reason is that database systems focus on structured data, leaving the unstructur...
Alon Y. Halevy, Oren Etzioni, AnHai Doan, Zachary ...
CIDR
2003
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Approximate Range Selection Queries in Peer-to-Peer Systems
We present an architecture for a data sharing peer-to-peer system where the data is shared in the form of database relations. In general, peer-to-peer systems try to locate exactm...
Abhishek Gupta, Divyakant Agrawal, Amr El Abbadi
CIDR
2003
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Sorting And Indexing With Partitioned B-Trees
Partitioning within a B-tree, based on an artificial leading key column and combined with online reorganization, can be exploited during external merge sort for accurate deep read...
Goetz Graefe
CIDR
2003
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Scalable Distributed Stream Processing
Mitch Cherniack, Hari Balakrishnan, Magdalena Bala...
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