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Snel: SQL Native Execution for LLVM

@article{Mottalli2020SnelSN,
  title={Snel: SQL Native Execution for LLVM},
  author={Marcelo Mottalli and Gustavo Ajzenman and Carlos Sarraute},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.09449}
}
Snel is a relational database engine featuring Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation of queries and columnar data representation. Snel is designed for fast on-line analytics by leveraging the LLVM compiler infrastructure. It also has custom special methods like resolving histograms as extensions to the SQL language. "Snel" means "SQL Native Execution for LLVM". Unlike traditional database engines, it does not provide a client-server interface. Instead, it exposes its interface as an extension to… Expand

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