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Optimal implementation of conjunctive queries in relational data bases
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We define the class of conjunctive queries in relational data bases, and the generalized join operator on relations. Expand
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A methodology for the real world
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Register allocation may be viewed as a graph coloring problem. Expand
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Register Allocation Via Coloring
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This paper describes the Register Allocation Phase of an experimental PL/I compiler for the IBM System/370. Expand
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The electrical resistance of a graph captures its commute and cover times
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We extend known relations between random walks and electrical networks by showing that resistance in this network is intimately connected with thelengths of random walks on the graph. Expand
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A model for hierarchical memory
In this paper we introduce the Hierarchical Memory Model (HMM) of computation. It is intended to model computers with multiple levels in the memory hierarchy. Access to memory location x is assumedExpand
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Multi-party protocols
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We study a new model, in which a collection of processes that share information about a set of integers communicate to determine a 0-1 predicate of the numbers. Expand
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Computable Queries for Relational Data Bases
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We provide an abstract characterization of the class of queries which are computable, and define the completeness of a query language as the property of being precisely powerful enough to express the queries in this class. Expand
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Constant Depth Reducibility
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The purpose of this paper is to study reducibilities that can be computed by combinational logic networks of polynomial size and constant depth containing AND’s, OR's and NOT's, with no bound placed on the fan-in of AND-gates and OR-Gates. Expand
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Communication Complexity of PRAMs
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We propose a model for the concurrent read exclusive write PRAM that captures its communication and computational requirements. Expand
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Structure and Complexity of Relational Queries
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This paper is an attempt at laying the foundations for the classification of queries on relational data bases according to their structure and their computational complexity. Expand
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