Lore: A Database Management System for Semistructured Data

Abstract

Lore (for Lightweight Object Repository) is a DBMS designed specifically for managing semistructured information. Implementing Lore has required rethinking all aspects of a DBMS, including storage management, indexing, query processing and optimization, and user interfaces. This paper provides an overview of these aspects of the Lore system, as well as other novel features such as dynamic structural summaries and seamless access to data from external sources.

DOI: 10.1145/262762.262770

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@article{McHugh1997LoreAD, title={Lore: A Database Management System for Semistructured Data}, author={Jason McHugh and Serge Abiteboul and Roy Goldman and Dallan Quass and Jennifer Widom}, journal={SIGMOD Record}, year={1997}, volume={26}, pages={54-66} }