On implicate discovery and query optimization

@article{Vorwerk2002OnID,
  title={On implicate discovery and query optimization},
  author={Kristofer Vorwerk and G. Paulley},
  journal={Proceedings International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium},
  year={2002},
  pages={2-11}
}
Boolean expression simplification is a well-known problem in the history of computer science. The problem of determining prime implicates from an arbitrary Boolean expression has been mostly studied in the contexts of hardware design and automated reasoning. While many of the same principles can be applied to the simplification of search conditions in ANSI SQL queries, the richness of its language and SQL's three-valued logic present a number of challenges. We propose a modified version of a… Expand
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