Range-Based Bitmap Indexing for High Cardinality Attributes with Skew

@inproceedings{Wu1998RangeBasedBI,
  title={Range-Based Bitmap Indexing for High Cardinality Attributes with Skew},
  author={Kun-Lung Wu and Philip S. Yu},
  booktitle={COMPSAC},
  year={1998}
}
Bitmap indexing, though e ective for low cardinality attributes, can be rather costly in storage overhead for high cardinality attributes. Range-based bitmap (RBM) indexing can be used to reduce this storage overhead. The attribute values are partitioned into ranges and a bitmap vector is used to represent a range. With RBM, however, the number of records assigned to di erent ranges can be highly uneven, resulting in non-uniform search times for di erent queries. We present and evaluate a… CONTINUE READING
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