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ACM SIGMOD Record
Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.
 
   
 
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   Raghu Ramakrishnan speaks out on deductive databases, what lies beyond scalability, how he burned through $20M briskly, why we should reach out to policymakers, and more
Winslett M.  ACM SIGMOD Record 35(2): 77-85, 2006. Type: Article

This interview with one of the leading researchers in the database field explores past, present, and future avenues in the database field as well as those of neighboring fields. In this respect, Ramakrishnan, now at the University of Wisconsin-Mad...

Nov 23 2006
  On accessing object-oriented databases: expressive power, complexity, and restrictions
Hull R., Su J.  ACM SIGMOD Record 18(2): 147-158, 1989. Type: Article

Four contributions to the area of object-oriented database (OODB) access compose this paper: (1) introduction of a formal framework for studying the power and complexity of OODB queries, (2) articulation and comparison of three alternative approac...

Oct 1 1990
  On the correctness of representing extended entity-relationship structures in the relational model
Markowitz V., Shoshani A.  ACM SIGMOD Record 18(2): 430-439, 1989. Type: Article

This paper describes a two-step process for deriving a relational schema from an extended entity-relationship (EER) schema. The first step involves generating a canonical representation (Crep) of the EER schema (that is, a set of non-normalized re...

Jun 1 1990
  Access methods for multiversion data
Lomet D., Salzberg B.  ACM SIGMOD Record 18(2): 315-324, 1989. Type: Article

This paper discusses modifications to a database indexed storage that are specific to systems that wish to maintain all previous verions of data as well as to have access to the current data. Many such systems exist, including financial systems, t...

Feb 1 1990
 
 
   
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