Daniel Mahashin

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Project Summary This project explores fundamental systems issues in query processing performance. We investigate this problem from three different directions: client-server processing, heterogeneous environments, and database compression. First, we devised new query processing strategies than push processing capabilities into the client, and we devised(More)
The Cornell Jaguar Project is exploring a variety of issues related to mobility and query processing. One broad theme is to break down the traditional client and server boundaries, leading to ubiquitous query processing. Another theme is to extend database and query processing techniques to small-scale and mobile devices. The project builds on and extends(More)
The Cornell Jaguar Project is exploring a variety of issues related to mobility and query processing. One broad theme is to break down the traditional client and server boundaries, leading to ubiquitous query processing. Another theme is to extend database and query processing techniques to small-scale and mobile devices. The project builds on and extends(More)
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