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Workshops in Computing
A comparison of several indexing techniques for complex object in object-oriented database systems is presented, based on assumption of non-uniform distribution of attribute values. The cost estimations show that conventional ordered indices, especially nested indices with object skeletons, can provide better performance than signature files.doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-1486-4_19 dblp:conf/adbis/Novikov95 fatcat:epaons3uzbb5voin4fcqdzvvby