Physical Database Design for Relational Databases

@article{Finkelstein1988PhysicalDD,
  title={Physical Database Design for Relational Databases},
  author={Sheldon J. Finkelstein and Mario Schkolnick and Paolo Tiberio},
  journal={ACM Trans. Database Syst.},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={91-128}
}
This paper describes the concepts used in the implementation of DBDSGN, an experimental physical design tool for relational databases developed at the IBM San Jose Research Laboratory. Given a workload for System R (consisting of a set of SQL statements and their execution frequencies), DBDSGN suggests physical configurations for efficient performance. Each configuration consists of a set of indices and an ordering for each table. Workload statements are evaluated only for atomic configurations… CONTINUE READING

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