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A taxonomy of parallel sorting
TLDR
This paper analyzes the evolution of research on parallel sorting, from the earliest sorting networks to the shared memory algorithms and the VLSI sorters, and proposes a taxonomy of parallel sorting that includes a broad range of array and file sorting algorithms.
Federated databases and systems: Part I—A tutorial on their data sharing
  • D. K. Hsiao
  • Computer Science
    The VLDB Journal
  • 1 July 1992
TLDR
A taxonomy is introduced in the review of existing research undertakings and exploratory developments to contrast and compare various approaches to federating databases and systems.
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Very Large Data Bases
The goal of this Conference is to bring to the attention of the international database community and of the members of ACM's Special Interest Groups on Business Data Processing (SIGBDP), Information
DBC—A Database Computer for Very Large Databases
TLDR
Design considerations of a database computer are presented and several key concepts which are vital to database management are incorporated in the design and organization of the components.
Concepts and capabilities of a database computer\
TLDR
The concepts and capabilities of a database computer (DBC) are given and the proposed design is one of the first to describe a complete data-secure computer capable of handling large databases.
A multi-backend database system for performance gains, capacity growth and hardware upgrade
TLDR
Since MBDS is designed specifically for performance gains, capacity growth, and hardware upgrade, it is benchmarked to verify whether its design and implementation can indeed relate the gains and growth directly to the multiplicity of backends in terms of the response-time reduction and invariance.
Data Base Machines are Coming, Data Base Machines are Coming!
New research efforts and recent advances in hardware technology may soon make the commercial data base machine a reality.
Information Secure Systems
ACM transactions on database systems: aim and scope
TLDR
The aim of ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS) is to serve as a focal point for an integrated dissemination of database research and development on storage and processor hardware, system software, applications, information science, information analysis, and file management.
Advanced Database Machine Architecture
  • D. K. Hsiao
  • Computer Science
    Advanced Database Machine Architecture
  • 1 August 1983
TLDR
This advanced database machine architecture, it will really give the good idea to be successful and the success can be started by knowing the basic knowledge and do actions.
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