Quick Disk Table Lookup via Hybrid Indexing into a Directly Addressed Sas Data Set

@inproceedings{Dorfman2000QuickDT,
  title={Quick Disk Table Lookup via Hybrid Indexing into a Directly Addressed Sas Data Set},
  author={Paul M. Dorfman},
  year={2000}
}
When a large, disk-resident, periodically refreshed lookup table has to be frequently searched, a natural way of providing a quick access to the data is to store the table as a SAS data set with a SAS index built on the search key. The speed of SAS index lookup depends on the nature of the key. More often than not, the key is not perfect for being indexed, i.e. discriminant, uniform, and ascending. Besides, even a ‘good’ indexed key may not be quick enough for some time-sensitive applications… CONTINUE READING

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