Database and Expert Systems Applications

  title={Database and Expert Systems Applications},
  author={Mourad Elloumi and Michael Granitzer and Abdelkader Hameurlain and Christin Seifert and Benno Stein and A Min Tjoa and Roland Wagner},
  booktitle={Communications in Computer and Information Science},
Big data requirements have revolutionized database technology, bringing many innovative and revamped DBMSs to process transactional (OLTP) or demanding query workloads (cubes, exploration, preprocessing). Parallel and main memory processing have become important features to exploit new hardware and cope with data volume. With such landscape in mind, we present a survey comparing modern row and columnar DBMSs, contrasting their ability to write data (storage mechanisms, transaction processing… CONTINUE READING


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