Global parallel index for multi-processors database systems

@article{Taniar2004GlobalPI,
  title={Global parallel index for multi-processors database systems},
  author={David Taniar and J. Wenny Rahayu},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
  year={2004},
  volume={165},
  pages={103-127}
}
In this paper, we propose a global Bþ indexing tree structure for parallel database systems. A global Bþ indexing tree is a tree structure used for indexing where the complete index tree is partially partitioned into multi-processors but the overall structure of global index is still maintained. We also present algorithms for maintenance of global Bþ indexing trees (e.g. insertion and deletion of nodes), and describe operation algorithms (e.g. search and join) on tables that are indexed using… CONTINUE READING
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