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Materialized Views Selection in a Multidimensional Database

@inproceedings{Baralis1997MaterializedVS,
  title={Materialized Views Selection in a Multidimensional Database},
  author={E. Baralis and S. Paraboschi and Ernest Teniente},
  booktitle={VLDB},
  year={1997}
}
A multidimensional database is a data repository that supports the efficient execution of complex business decision queries. Query response can be significantly improved by storing an appropriate set of materialized views. These views are selected from the multidimensional lattice whose elements represent the solution space of the problem. Several techniques have been proposed in the past to perform the selection of materialized views for databases with a reduced number of dimensions. When the… Expand
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