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The Architecture of the EXODUS Extensible DBMS [chapter]

Michael J. Carey, David J. DeWitt, Daniel Frank, Goetz Graefe, Joel E. Richardson, Eugene J. Shekita, M. Muralikrlshna
1991 Topics in Information Systems  
The objective of the PROBE project, on the other hand, is to develop an advanced DBMS with support for complex objects and operations on them, dimensional data (in both space and time 1 EXODUS: A departure  ...  In this paper we describe the initial design of EXODUS, an extensible database system that will facilitate the fast development of high-performance, applicationspecific database systems.  ...  STARBURST is an architecture for an extensible DBMS based on the relational data model, and its design is intended to allow knowledgeable programmers to add extensions "on the side" in the form of abstract  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-84374-7_15 fatcat:sm7nt6gfl5cxbhf7x2mko4jmxm

Experiences in DBMS implementation using an object-oriented persistent programming language and a database toolkit

Eric N. Hanson, Tina M. Harvey, Mark A. Roth
1991 Conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '91  
and the Triton nested relation DBMS).  ...  Observed disadvantages include (1) the inability to map the type system of the DBMS to the type system of the underlying programming language while still retaining good performance for tEric Hanson is  ...  The Computer Journal, 26(4), 1983. (reprinted in [34]  ... 
doi:10.1145/117954.117978 dblp:conf/oopsla/HansonHR91 fatcat:uwwsn4piijdr7kf3fqtir6zuf4

Experiences in database system implementation using a persistent programming language

Eric N. Hanson, Tina M. Harvey, Mark A. Roth
1993 Software, Practice & Experience  
A disadvantage observed is that it is not possible to map the type system of the DBMS to the type system of the underlying programming language while still retaining good performance for ad hoc queries  ...  and the Triton nested relation DBMS.  ...  was used extensively. 5 In particular, the E programming language of EXODUS, 6 a version of C++ 7 extended with persistent objects, was used to implement both Ariel and Triton.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.4380231205 fatcat:hyhrpovtpba3tar5ejeihfwvsq

Big Data Management: What to Keep from the Past to Face Future Challenges?

G. Vargas-Solar, J. L. Zechinelli-Martini, J. A. Espinosa-Oviedo
2017 Data Science and Engineering  
The emergence of new hardware architectures, and the continuous production of data open new challenges for data management.  ...  According to this model, resources provision must consider the economic cost of the processes versus the use and parallel exploitation of available computing resources.  ...  EXODUS [23] applies the idea of a toolkit for specific parts of the DBMS. A library is provided for access methods.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41019-017-0043-3 fatcat:ce5uchapafa5pbxrgeryb7jfii

Page 39 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 6, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Electronic Publishing  
Shekita, ‘Object and file management in the EXODUS extensible database system’, in Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Very Large Data Bases, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 91-100, (August, 1986)  ...  Purdy, ‘Development of an object-oriented DBMS’, in Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA), pp. 472-482, (September, 1986). .  ... 

Strategies and techniques: Reusable artifacts for the construction of database management systems [chapter]

Andreas Geppert, Klaus R. Dittrich
1995 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Strategies are the design choices for dimensions; their application leads to refined architectures and designs. Moreover, they are used to control the integrity of designs.  ...  Through the various levels of abstraction, a designer/implementor of a database management system is guided towards reusable artifacts in all phases of a construction process.  ...  Related Work Research in DBMS-construction has yielded the concept of "extensible DBMSs" [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-59498-1_254 fatcat:b2nugo3uwnhmhn2dcxzy7te53q

A toolkit for the incremental implementation of heterogeneous database management systems

Pamela Drew, Roger King, Dennis Heimbigner
1992 The VLDB journal  
The A la carte Framework addresses this complexity by providing a reusable and extensible architecture in which a set of heterogeneous database management systems can be integrated.  ...  of the integration process.  ...  Thanks also go to the Exodus researchers and project team, especially Dave DeWitt, Mike Zwilling, and Dave Haight, who were instrumental in helping us understand the internals of the Exodus Client/Server  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01231701 fatcat:rgz274tdibhsfcb6zcjcp4p3ky

Shoring up persistent applications

Michael J. Carey, Odysseas G. Tsatalos, Seth J. White, Michael J. Zwilling, David J. DeWitt, Michael J. Franklin, Nancy E. Hall, Mark L. McAuliffe, Jeffrey F. Naughton, Daniel T. Schuh, Marvin H. Solomon, C. K. Tan
1994 SIGMOD record  
We also describe some novel aspects of the SHORE architecture, including a symmetric peer-to-peer server architecture, server customization through an extensible value-added server facility, and support  ...  SHORE (Scalable Heterogeneous Object REpository) is a persistent object system under development at the University of Wisconsin.  ...  A second limitation of the EXODUS storage manager (ESM) is its client-server architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/191843.191915 fatcat:5pm76bywhva6tblibzhmudhqby

DB-IR integration using tight-coupling in the Odysseus DBMS

Kyu-Young Whang, Jae-Gil Lee, Min-Jae Lee, Wook-Shin Han, Min-Soo Kim, Jun-Sung Kim
2013 World wide web (Bussum)  
ACM SIGMOD discusses application of the Odysseus DBMS to a massively-parallel search engine architecture.  ...  Along this direction, we have advocated the use of the tight-coupling architecture and developed a novel structure of the IR index as well as tightly-coupled query processing algorithms.  ...  As shown in Figure 2 , in loose-coupling, the extensible type layer is isolated from the DBMS server in order to protect the DBMS server from errors occurring in the extensible type layer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-013-0264-y fatcat:r5na3yglurel5oqmr6p2yiacay

Report on Workshop on Very Large Spatial Databases

Terence R. Smith, Andrew Frank
1990 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
agenda germane to the development of the next generation of geographic information systems.  ...  At this workshop, 42 participants from the U.S. and Europe discussed research issues related to the design of database management systems for geographic information systems and identified a long-term research  ...  The meeting was very successful in that a large number of topics in need of research were identified and assessed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1045-926x(05)80011-4 fatcat:r622vebffvgqdhk2bvyficjvhm

An introduction to spatial database systems

Ralf Hartmut G�ting
1994 The VLDB journal  
We survey data modeling, querying, data structures and algorithms, and system architecture for such systems.  ...  The emphasis is on describing known technology in a coherent manner rather than on listing open problems.  ...  Acknowledgments I wish to thank Max Egenhofer, Andre Frank, Hans-Jörg Schek, and Timos Sellis, who carefully read a draft version of this survey and provided many interesting and useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01231602 fatcat:k4sijxjpqfhfdhwelx6talmrqu

Extensible query processing in starburst

L. M. Haas, J. C. Freytag, G. M. Lohman, H. Pirahesh
1989 Proceedings of the 1989 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '89  
Today's DBMSs are unable to support the increasing demands of the various applications that would like to use a DBMS. Each kind of application poses new requirements for the DBMS.  ...  The Starburst project at IBM's Almaden Research Center aims to extend relational DBMS technology to bridge this gap between applications and the DBMS.  ...  Bruce Lindsay and George Lapis designed and implemented much of the infrastructure for Corona, as well as the extensible data detinition, authorization and catalog management components.  ... 
doi:10.1145/67544.66962 dblp:conf/sigmod/HaasFLP89 fatcat:ufyyowcivbftdjxe6pl5mkp4pq

Extensible query processing in starburst

L. M. Haas, J. C. Freytag, G. M. Lohman, H. Pirahesh
1989 SIGMOD record  
Today's DBMSs are unable to support the increasing demands of the various applications that would like to use a DBMS. Each kind of application poses new requirements for the DBMS.  ...  The Starburst project at IBM's Almaden Research Center aims to extend relational DBMS technology to bridge this gap between applications and the DBMS.  ...  Bruce Lindsay and George Lapis designed and implemented much of the infrastructure for Corona, as well as the extensible data detinition, authorization and catalog management components.  ... 
doi:10.1145/66926.66962 fatcat:krr6nntibndmzn3tu4qeszvzja

Enhancing an Extensible Query Optimizer with Support for Multiple Equivalence Types [chapter]

Giedrius Slivinskas, Christian S. Jensen
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Intermediate relations can be moved between the middleware and the DBMS by the help of transfer operators.  ...  An important goal of the algebra is to offer a foundation for a layered temporal DBMS that may evaluate temporal queries faster than do current DBMSs.  ...  We are grateful to Richard Snodgrass, who took part in the research that lead to the query optimization framework, the Volcano-based implementation of which is reported in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44803-9_6 fatcat:ntkd4oekdnevvcrgdk763523qe

iBLOB: Complex Object Management in Databases through Intelligent Binary Large Objects [chapter]

Tao Chen, Arif Khan, Markus Schneider, Ganesh Viswanathan
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This greatly simplifies the ease with which new type systems can be implemented inside traditional DBMS.  ...  However, some of these approaches are very application specific and do not provide proper levels of data abstraction for the users.  ...  The underlying DBMS in the layered architecture does not understand the semantics of the complex data stored.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16092-9_10 fatcat:b27lfsi275g7zbsmy32vszro5y
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