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PARLE
1993
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On the Performance of Parallel Join Processing in Shared Nothing Database Systems
: Parallel database systems aim at providing high throughput for OLTP transactions as well as short response times for complex and data-intensive queries. Shared nothing systems re...
Robert Marek, Erhard Rahm
VLDB
1993
ACM
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Analysis of Dynamic Load Balancing Strategies for Parallel Shared Nothing Database Systems
Paralleldatabasesystemshaveto supportboth inter-transaction as well as intra-transaction parallelism. Inter-uansaction parahelism (multi-user mode) is required to achieve high thr...
Erhard Rahm, Robert Marek
PARLE
1992
13 years 11 months ago
Performance Evaluation of Parallel Transaction Processing in Shared Nothing Database Systems
Complex and data-intensive database queries mandate parallel processing strategies to achieve sufficiently short response times. In praxis, parallel database processing is mostly b...
Robert Marek, Erhard Rahm
DANTE
1999
IEEE
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Parallel R-Tree Spatial Join for a Shared-Nothing Architecture
The growing importance of spatial data has made it imperative that spatial operations be executed efficiently. The most expensive operation is the join for spatial databases. This...
Lawrence Mutenda, Masaru Kitsuregawa