DiNoDB: An Interactive-Speed Query Engine for Ad-Hoc Queries on Temporary Data

@article{Tian2017DiNoDBAI,
  title={DiNoDB: An Interactive-Speed Query Engine for Ad-Hoc Queries on Temporary Data},
  author={Yongchao Tian and Ioannis Alagiannis and Erietta Liarou and Anastasia Ailamaki and Pietro Michiardi and Marko Vukolic},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Big Data},
  year={2017},
  volume={3},
  pages={320-333}
}
As data sets grow in size, analytics applications struggle to get instant insight into large datasets. Modern applications involve heavy batch processing jobs over large volumes of data and at the same time require efficient ad-hoc interactive analytics on temporary data. Existing solutions, however, typically focus on one of these two aspects, largely ignoring the need for synergy between the two. Consequently, interactive queries need to re-iterate costly passes through the entire dataset (e… 
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