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The case for PIQL

Michael Armbrust, Nick Lanham, Stephen Tu, Armando Fox, Michael J. Franklin, David A. Patterson
2010 Proceedings of the 1st ACM symposium on Cloud computing - SoCC '10  
We propose PIQL, a Performance Insightful Query Language that allows developers to express many queries found on these websites while still providing strict bounds on the number of I/O operations that  ...  For complex queries, this approach often requires onerous explicit index management and imperative data lookup by the developer.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the following people, along with the reviewers, for feedback that significantly improved content of this paper: Peter Bodík, Henry Cook, Tim Kraska, Ariel Rabkin,  ... 
doi:10.1145/1807128.1807149 dblp:conf/cloud/ArmbrustLTFFP10 fatcat:jzcx2ti4zfcifk6abq3vzsxwfu

PIQL

Michael Armbrust, Stephen Tu, Armando Fox, Michael J. Franklin, David A. Patterson, Nick Lanham, Beth Trushkowsky, Jesse Trutna
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '10  
We demonstrate PIQL, a Performance Insightful Query Language that allows developers to express many of the queries found on these websites, while still providing strict bounds on the number of I/O operations  ...  for any query.  ...  To address this problem, we have developed PIQL, a Performance Insightful Query Language 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1807167.1807320 dblp:conf/sigmod/ArmbrustTFFPLTT10 fatcat:6xncqyz3jbb33dtzlnsi4e6dvm

PIQL

Michael Armbrust, Kristal Curtis, Tim Kraska, Armando Fox, Michael J. Franklin, David A. Patterson
2011 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment  
Instead, we propose PIQL, a declarative language that also provides scale independence by calculating an upper bound on the number of key/value store operations that will be performed for any query.  ...  Unfortunately, the data independence provided by a traditional relational database system, while useful for agile development, only exacerbates the problem by hiding potentially expensive queries under  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the following people, along with the reviewers, for feedback that significantly improved the content of this paper: Bill Bolosky, Henry Cook, Michael Jordan, Kimberly  ... 
doi:10.14778/2078331.2078334 fatcat:hximwyzejbeh7ig4hp4g5id7ti

PIQL: Success-Tolerant Query Processing in the Cloud [article]

Michael Armbrust, Kristal Curtis, Tim Kraska, Armando Fox, Michael J. Franklin, David A. Patterson
2011 arXiv   pre-print
Instead, we propose PIQL, a declarative language that also provides scale independence by calculating an upper bound on the number of key/value store operations that will be performed for any query.  ...  Unfortunately, the data independence provided by a traditional relational database system, while useful for agile development, only exacerbates the problem by hiding potentially expensive queries under  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the following people, along with the reviewers, for feedback that significantly improved the content of this paper: Bill Bolosky, Henry Cook, Michael Jordan, Kimberly  ... 
arXiv:1111.7166v1 fatcat:uijb7rd7ffgalhj4cjgsfqkipe

Querying and Mining Strings Made Easy [chapter]

Majed Sahli, Essam Mansour, Panos Kalnis
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents StarQL, a generic and declarative query language for strings.  ...  With the advent of large string datasets in several scientific and business applications, there is a growing need to perform ad-hoc analysis on strings.  ...  This paper proposed StarQL, a declarative query language for strings; and StarIN, a scalable and efficient data structure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69179-4_1 fatcat:7mwy47qmhzbkbd3m2mgv2qkgmm

Declarative Querying for Biological Sequences

S. Tata, J.S. Friedman, A. Swaroop
2006 22nd International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE'06)  
Algebra and Query Language Our query language, which extends the SQL query language, is called called PiQL (pronounced as "pickle").  ...  stands for Protein Query Language -the full versions of both PiQA and PiQL can be used to query sequences and protein geometrical structures.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2006.47 dblp:conf/icde/TataFS06 fatcat:nx72p65a5fblxfx2dscgz7e7eq

On the analysis and design of software for reinforcement learning, with a survey of existing systems

Tim Kovacs, Robert Egginton
2011 Machine Learning  
This space of agents maps onto the space of environments in a complex way; for one thing, there is no one RL algorithm which is best for all environments. Furthermore, the Editors: S. Whiteson and M.  ...  We analyse the scope, requirements, and potential for RL software, discuss relevant design issues, survey existing software, and make recommendations for designers.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank David Kirchheimer, Narayanan Edakunni and Michael Meadows for discussions, our three anonymous reviewers for their careful reviews, and the editors Shimon Whiteson and Michael  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10994-011-5237-8 fatcat:lfrhegkzmrfuhgqlokq7gni4qm

If Rumors Were Horses

Katina Strauch
2019 Against the Grain  
Rumors from page 8 called PIQL will save the data as film. PIQL believes that they can store the data inside a deep mine that is frozen permafrost.  ...  Once again, eBook collections in foreign languages are available, at least for the major languages; but it is again hard for the library to justify making them available for such a small number of faculty  ...  Booklover -Burnt by the Sun Column Editor: Donna Jacobs (Retired, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 29425) <donna.jacobs55@gmail.com> T he 1994 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7740 fatcat:ozeyl2q63nfqzoppda2qf2m7ri

Improving Human Development: A Long-Run View [chapter]

Leandro Prados de la Escosura
2011 Economics and History  
Thus, the IHDI does not conceal the gap between rich and poor countries and casts a much less optimistic view than the conventional UNDP index, while it fits with the UNDP concern for international differences  ...  The IHDI is presented here alongside the United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) HDI for the world and its main regions since the late 19th century.  ...  Acknowledgements Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the Copenhagen Institute of Economics and the European University Institute, Florence.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444346725.ch4 fatcat:qpitutkkxbepla2fsl5ebocp74

IMPROVING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: A LONG-RUN VIEW

Leandro Prados de la Escosura
2010 Journal of economic surveys (Print)  
Thus, the IHDI does not conceal the gap between rich and poor countries and casts a much less optimistic view than the conventional UNDP index, while fits with the UNDP concern for international differences  ...  Thus, the IHDI does not conceal the gap between rich and poor countries and casts a much less optimistic view than the conventional UNDP index, while fits with the UNDP concern for international differences  ...  ), for F =1 [3] Where In fact, the UNHDI represents a particular case, for s = 0, which yields expression [1] for each dimension of the index.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6419.2010.00639.x fatcat:3x4h2cdfpjcrljsiobt2zzh7rq

PiQA: an algebra for querying protein data sets

S. Tata, J.M. Patel
15th International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, 2003.  
PiQA is an important first step in developing an algebra that can form the basis of a declarative querying language for querying protein data sets.  ...  While there are tools for querying each of these structures independently, there are no tools for declarative querying on both these structures.  ...  We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers of SSDBM, H. V. Jagadish, Magesh Jayapandian, and Sidharth Sivasailam for their valuable comments and suggestions on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ssdm.2003.1214975 dblp:conf/ssdbm/TataP03 fatcat:z65aw55syjhsbdyvor7agdv2ay

Aspects of information in developing countries with special reference to Egypt [article]

Omnia M.E. Moussa
2021
The same was the case in Egypt.  ...  An analysis of the subjects of their coverage provides a more specific insight on the perception of UN and its members about the particular subjects 55 for which information is needed.  ...  Is it because the information Is: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Too expensive? Not ava i lab le in a form you can use? Not avai lable in a language you can work with? Out of date by the time you get It?  ... 
doi:10.26174/thesis.lboro.14460111 fatcat:ed223v5hizhj5cnaony6czvbsu