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Database applications have become very complex, dealing with a huge volume of data and database objects. Concurrently, low query response time and high transaction throughput have emerged as mandatory requirements to be ensured by database management systems (DBMSs). Among other possible interventions regarding database performance, SQL query rewriting has been shown quite efficient. The idea is to rewrite a new SQL statement equivalent to the statement initially formulated, where the new SQLdblp:conf/sbbd/AraujoMMTBL13 fatcat:yihrreorzfemvpppok3wsy7c2y