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Indexing Techniques for Object-Oriented Databases
This report analyses indexing techniques for OODBs in particular H-trees. Expand
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Acyclic Query Processing in Object-Oriented Databases
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MR-Tree: A Cache-Conscious Main Memory Spatial Index Structure for Mobile GIS
We propose MR-tree, a cache-conscious version of the R-tree for main memory databases. Expand
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Parallelism in object-oriented query processing
  • Kyung-Chang Kim
  • Computer Science
  • [] Proceedings. Sixth International Conference on…
  • 5 February 1990
An investigation of parallel query processing issues in object-oriented databases is conducted by mapping the query model to a parallel architecture and using analytic comparisons. Expand
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A Simple Mouse Model for the Study of Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
Humanized mouse models derived from immune-deficient mice have been the primary tool for studies of human infectious viruses, such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). However, the current protocolExpand
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Queries in object-oriented databases
A query under an object-oriented data model exhibits characteristics which one finds in relational query and those which clearly separate it from a relational query. Expand
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Cyclic query processing in object-oriented databases
Cyclic query processing issues in object-oriented databases are investigated. A data and cyclic query model is defined for an object-oriented database system, using a graph model. Then the efficientExpand
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T*-tree: a main memory database index structure for real time applications
In this paper, we propose an indexing structure, called T*-tree, for efficient processing of real time applications under main memory database management systems, which is an improvement from T-tree for better use of query operations, including range queries. Expand
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Synergistic reactivation of latent HIV-1 provirus by PKA activator dibutyryl-cAMP in combination with an HDAC inhibitor.
HIV-1 reservoirs remain a major barrier to HIV-1 eradication. Although combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) can successfully reduce viral replication, it cannot reactivate HIV-1 provirus in thisExpand
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The effect of CD4 receptor downregulation and its downstream signaling molecules on HIV-1 latency.
HIV-1 can establish a latent infection in memory CD4+T cells to evade the host immune response. CD4 molecules can act not only as the HIV-1 receptor for entry but also as the trigger in anExpand
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