The Drill Down Benchmark

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The Drill Down Benchmark
Data Mining places specific requirements on DBMS query performance that cannot be evaluated satisfactorily using existing OLAP benchmarks. The DD Benchmark - defined here - provides a practical case and yardstick to explore how well a DBMS is able to support Data Mining applications. It was derived from real-life data mining tasks performed by our Data SurveyorTM tool running on a variety of DBMS backends. We describe initial results obtained using both the Monet system and a relational DBMS product as backend.
Peter A. Boncz, Tim Rühl, Fred Kwakkel
Added 06 Aug 2010
Updated 06 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 1998
Where VLDB
Authors Peter A. Boncz, Tim Rühl, Fred Kwakkel
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