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2010
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Trends in Storage Technologies
The high random and sequential I/O requirements of contemplated workloads could serve as impetus to move faster towards storage-class memory (SCM), a technology that will blur the...
Evangelos Eleftheriou, Robert Haas, Jens Jelitto, ...
DEBU
2010
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Refining Information Extraction Rules using Data Provenance
Developing high-quality information extraction (IE) rules, or extractors, is an iterative and primarily manual process, extremely time consuming, and error prone. In each iteratio...
Bin Liu 0002, Laura Chiticariu, Vivian Chu, H. V. ...
DEBU
2010
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A Rule-Based Citation System for Structured and Evolving Datasets
We consider the requirements that a citation system must fulfill in order to cite structured and evolving data sets. Such a system must take into account variable granularity, con...
Peter Buneman, Gianmaria Silvello
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2010
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Flash in a DBMS: Where and How?
Over the past decade, new solid state storage technologies, with flash being the most mature one, have become increasingly popular. Such technologies store data durably, and can a...
Manos Athanassoulis, Anastasia Ailamaki, Shimin Ch...
DEBU
2010
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Panda: A System for Provenance and Data
Panda (for Provenance and Data) is a new project whose goal is to develop a general-purpose system that unifies concepts from existing provenance systems and overcomes some limita...
Robert Ikeda, Jennifer Widom
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2010
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Provenance in ORCHESTRA
Sharing structured data today requires agreeing on a standard schema, then mapping and cleaning all of the data to achieve a single queriable mediated instance. However, for setti...
Todd J. Green, Grigoris Karvounarakis, Zachary G. ...
DEBU
2010
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uFLIP: Understanding the Energy Consumption of Flash Devices
Understanding the energy consumption of flash devices is important for two reasons. First, energy is emerging as a key metric for data management systems. It is thus important to ...
Matias Bjørling, Philippe Bonnet, Luc Bouga...
DEBU
2010
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Implementing an Append-Only Interface for Semiconductor Storage
Solid-state disks are currently based on NAND flash and expose a standard disk interface. To accommodate limitations of the medium, solid-state disk implementations avoid rewritin...
Colin W. Reid, Philip A. Bernstein
DEBU
2010
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Accelerating In-Page Logging with Non-Volatile Memory
A great deal of research has been done on solid-state storage media such as flash memory and non-volatile memory in the past few years. While NAND-type flash memory is now being c...
Sang-Won Lee, Bongki Moon, Chanik Park, Joo Young ...
DEBU
2010
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Designing Database Operators for Flash-enabled Memory Hierarchies
Flash memory affects not only storage options but also query processing. In this paper, we analyze the use of flash memory for database query processing, including algorithms that...
Goetz Graefe, Stavros Harizopoulos, Harumi A. Kuno...
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