Hyoung-Joo Kim

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Object-oriented programming is well-suited to such data-intensive application domains as CAD/CAM, AI, and OIS (office information systems) with multimedia documents. At MCC we have built a prototype object-oriented database system, called ORION. It adds persistence and sharability to objects created and manipulated in applications implemented in an(More)
Presented in this paper is the data model for ORION, a prototype database system that adds persistence and sharability to objects created and manipulated in object-oriented applications. The ORION data model consolidates and modifies a number of major concepts found in many object-oriented systems, such as objects, classes, class lattice, methods, and(More)
The inverted index is widely used in the existing information retrieval field. In order to support containment queries for structured documents such as XML, it needs to be extended. Previous work suggested an extension in storing the inverted index for XML documents and processing containment queries, and compared two implementation options: using an RDBMS(More)
—The SPY-TEC (Spherical Pyramid-Technique) was proposed as a new indexing method for high-dimensional data spaces using a special partitioning strategy that divides a d-dimensional data space into 2d spherical pyramids. In the SPY-TEC, an efficient algorithm for processing hyperspherical range queries was introduced with a special partitioning strategy.(More)
With the rapid growth in the amount of graph-structured Resource Description Framework (RDF) data, SPARQL query processing has received significant attention. The most important part of SPARQL query processing is its method of subgraph pattern matching. For this, most RDF stores use relation-based approaches, which can produce a vast number of redundant(More)