AmbientDB: Relational Query Processing in a P2P Network

@inproceedings{Boncz2003AmbientDBRQ,
  title={AmbientDB: Relational Query Processing in a P2P Network},
  author={Peter A. Boncz and Caspar Treijtel},
  booktitle={DBISP2P},
  year={2003}
}
A new generation of applications running on a network of nodes, that share data on an ad-hoc basis, will benefit from data management services including powerful querying facilities. In this paper, we introduce the goals, assumptions and architecture of AmbientDB, a new peer-to-peer (P2P) DBMS prototype developed at CWI. Our focus is on the query processing facilities of AmbientDB, that are based on a three-level translation of a global query algebra into multiwave stream processing plans… CONTINUE READING
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