User-defined aggregate functions: bridging theory and practice

@inproceedings{Cohen2006UserdefinedAF,
  title={User-defined aggregate functions: bridging theory and practice},
  author={Sara Cohen},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2006}
}
The ability to create user-defined aggregate functions (UDAs) is rapidly becoming a standard feature in relational database systems. Therefore, problems such as query optimization, query rewriting and view maintenance must take into account queries (or views) with UDAs. There is a wealth of research on these problems for queries with general aggregate functions. Unfortunately, there is a mismatch between the manner in which UDAs are created, and the information that the database system requires… CONTINUE READING
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