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This paper presents the design of a read-optimized relational DBMS that contrasts sharply with most current systems, which are write-optimized. Among the many differences in its design are: storage of data by column rather than by row, careful coding and packing of objects into storage including main memory during query processing, storing an overlapping(More)
Probably the most important thing that has happened in the DBMS landscape is the death of " one size fits all ". Until the early 2000's the traditional disk-based row-store architecture was omnipresent. In effect, the commercial vendors had a hammer and everything was a nail. In the last fifteen years, there have been several major upheavals, which we(More)
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