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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Traditional file structures that provide multikey access to records, for example, inverted files, are extensions of file structures originally designed for single-key access. They manifest various deficiencies in particular for multikey access to highly dynamic files. We study the dynamic aspects of tile structures that treat all keys symmetrically, that is, file structures which avoid the distinction between primary and secondary keys. We start from a bitmap approach and treat the problem ofdoi:10.1007/3-540-10885-8_45 fatcat:kj4n3qk6ofegheoaakiyto54bu