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Unlike traditional database management systems which are organized around a single data model, a multi-model database (MMDB) utilizes a single, integrated back-end to support multiple data models, such as document, graph, relational, and key-value. As more and more platforms are proposed to deal with multi-model data, it becomes crucial to establish a benchmark for evaluating the performance and usability of MMDBs. Previous benchmarks, however, are inadequate for such scenario because they lackdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-11404-6_2 dblp:conf/tpctc/ZhangLXC18 fatcat:5sor5i6uvreobn3nthlfex2i5q