Kamalakar Karlapalem

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Selecting views to materialize is one of the most important decisions in designing a data warehouse. In this paper, we present a framework for analyzing the issues in selecting views to materialize so as to achieve the best combination of good query performance and low view maintenance. We first develop a heuristic algorithm which can provide a feasible(More)
We deene mixed fragmentation as a process of simultaneously applying the horizontal and vertical fragmentation on a relation. It can be achieved in one of two ways: by performing horizontal fragmentation followed by vertical fragmentation or by performing vertical fragmentation followed by horizontal fragmentation. The need for mixed fragmentation arises in(More)
In an E-service environment, workflow involves not only a single organization but also a number of business partners. Therefore, workflow interoperability in such an environment is an important issue for enacting workflows. In this paper, we introduce our approach of using workflow views as a fundamental support for E-service workflow interoperability and(More)
The exponential number of possible subgraphs makes the problem of frequent subgraph mining a challenge. The set of maximal frequent subgraphs is much smaller to that of the set of frequent subgraphs providing ample scope for pruning. MARGIN is a maximal subgraph mining algorithm that moves among promising nodes of the search space along the(More)
A major cost in executing queries in a distributed database system is the data transfer cost incurred in transferring relations (fragments) accessed by a query from different sites to the site where the query is initiated. The objective of a data allocation algorithm is to determine an assignment of fragments at different sites so as to minimize the total(More)
In an e-service environment, workflow involves not only a single organization but also a number of business partners. Therefore, workflow inter-operability in such an environment is an important issue for enacting workflows. In this article, we introduce our approach of using workflow views as a fundamental support for E-service workflow inter-operability(More)
The Horizontal Fragmentation (HF) is a process for reducing the number of disk access to execute a query by reducing the number of irrelevant objects accessed. In this paper, we present horizontal fragmentation based on a set of queries, and develop strategies for two versions of HF: primary and derived. Primary horizontal fragmentation of a class is(More)