Reverse Query Processing

  title={Reverse Query Processing},
  author={Carsten Binnig and Donald Kossmann and Eric Lo},
  journal={2007 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering},
Generating databases for testing database applications (e.g., OLAP or business objects) is a daunting task in practice. There are a number of commercial tools to automatically generate test databases. These tools take a database schema (table layouts plus integrity constraints) and table sizes as input in order to generate new tuples. However, the databases generated by these tools are not adequate for testing a database application. If an application query is executed against such a synthetic… CONTINUE READING
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