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The key objective of database systems is to reliably manage data, whereby high query throughput and low query latency are core requirements. To satisfy these requirements, database systems constantly adapt to novel hardware features. Although it has been intensively studied and commonly accepted that hardware error rates in terms of bit flips increase dramatically with the decrease of the underlying chip structures, most database system research activities neglected this fact, leaving errordoi:10.5220/0006884203650372 dblp:conf/data/HabichKHL18 fatcat:j57cteobavez5f3own4glqahj4