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Future database machine architectures
David K. Hsiao
There are many software database management systems available on many general-purpose computers ranging from micros to super-mainframes. Database machines as backened computers can offload the database management work from the mainframe so that we can retain the same mainframe longer. However, the database backend must also demonstrate lower cost, higher performance, and newer functionality. Some of the fundamental architecture issues in the design of high-performance and great-capacity database machines are addressed. Solutions towards resolving these design issues are articulated. This article is written for the New York University"s Symposium in New Directions of Database Systems on the basis of a lecture given at Microelectronic and Computer Technology, Inc. (MCC).
|Statement||[by] David K. Hsiao|
|Contributions||Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)|
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|Pagination||10 p. :|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Database machines as backened computers can offload the database management work from the mainframe so that we can Author: David K. Hsiao. Abstract. In this paper we take a critical look at the future of the field of database machines.
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