relational data base management system research papers 11
RDBMS to NoSQL: reviewing some next-generation non-relational databases
The new generation of applications like Business Intelligence, Web 2.0, Social networking requires processing of terabytes and even petabytes of data. This is achieved by distributed processing. This is one of major reasons for the power of web companies such as Google We discuss applying column store techniques to both graph (RDF) and relational data for mixed workloads ranging from lookup to analytics in the context of the OpenLink Virtuoso DBMS. In so doing, we need to obtain the excellent memory efficiency, locality and bulk read
Supporting Efficient Streaming and Insertion of XML Data in RDBMS .
Relational database systems are increasingly used to manage XML documents, especially for data-centric XML. In this paper we present a new approach to efficiently manage document-centric XML data based on a generic relational mapping. Such a generic XML
Big Data-solutions for RDBMS problems-A survey
Now a days increases shared data very fast due to social networking and mobile phone. In olden days the data is less and able to handle most popular RDBMS concepts, but recently it is difficult to handle this much of huge data through old RDBMS tools. To overcome this
DB2 Spatial Extender-Spatial data within the RDBMS .
Much of the data that we encounter has a spatial (geographic locational) aspect yet this has not been readily exploited by traditional RDBMS . Over the past five years there has been a confluence of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology, RDBMS architecture and
Decision tables: Scalable classification exploring RDBMS capabilities
In this paper, we report our success in building efficient scalable classifiers in the form of decision tables by exploring capabilities of modern relational database management systems. In addition to high classification accuracy, the unique features of the approach
State-of-the-art XML support in RDBMS : Microsoft SQL servers XML features
XML is fast becoming the intergalactic data speak alphabet for data and information exchange that hides the heterogeneity among the components of Loosely-coupled, distributed systems and provides the glue that allows the individual components to take part
Rdbms vs nosql: Performance and scaling comparison
The massive amounts of data collected today by software in fields varying from academia to business and many other fields, is increasingly becoming a huge problem due to storage technologies not advancing fast enough to provide the performance scalability needed. This
The transition from rdbms to nosql. a comparative analysis of three popular non-relational solutions: Cassandra, mongodb and couchbase
NoSQL databases were built in the need to deal with the increasing amount of complex data (Big Data), required in real-time web applications, and are mostly addressing some of these points: the focus on availability over consistency, horizontally scalable, distributed
Data Visualization in RDBMS .
Completely automated data analysis techniques often fail to meet their requirements, due to their inability to exploit peripheral knowledge associated with the data. Human beings are very good at interpreting data represented in graphical format, and usually have the wisdom
ODM BLAST: Sequence Homology Search in the RDBMS .
Performing sequence homology searches against DNA or protein sequence databases is an essential bioinformatics task. Past research efforts have been primarily concerned with the development of sensitive and fast sequence homology search algorithms outside of the
Comparative analysis of RDBMS and OODBMS: a case study.
The underlying hypothesis of the case study described in this article is that the development, implementation, operations, and maintenance of large complex data intensive applications such as computer integrated manufacturing can be simplified through the use of object
Differentially private stochastic gradient descent for in- RDBMS analytics
In- RDBMS data analysis has received considerable attention in the past decade and has been widely used in sensitive domains to extract patterns in data using machine learning. For these domains, there has also been growing concern about privacy, and differential
A concrete UML-based graphical transformation syntax: The UML to RDBMS example in UMLX
The increased use of modelling techniques that motivates the Model Driven Architecture requires effective support for model transformation techniques. These are being addressed by the MOF QVT activity with an abstract syntax and/or a concrete textual syntax for
Comparison of RDBMS , OODBMS and ORDBMS
By being well acquainted with the relational model and by noting the similarities and differences between the two approaches to data modeling, designers will be able to turn into account and to make use of the already acquired experience as an important basis for
SNUPI: A grid accounting and performance system employing portal services and RDBMS back-end
Abstract SNUPI, the System, Network, Usage and Performance Interface, provides an interface for resource utilization reporting for heterogeneous computer systems, including Linux clusters. SNUPI provides data collection tools, recommended RDBMS schema design
RDBMS framework for contour identification
We discuss practical aspects of implementation of the compound object identification methodology. In this particular paper, we focus on the RDBMS framework used for storing, processing and comparing objects. We consider SQL for modeling segmentation
Semantic search using ontology and RDBMS for Cricket
Ontology is being increasingly used for building the applications for the specific domain. Ontology enables users to capture the semantic of the documents. System performance is improved drastically by domain specific information extraction. To interpret information and
A Rough-Columnar RDBMS Engine--A Case Study of Correlated Subqueries.
Columnar databases provide a number of benefits with regard to both data storage (eg: data compression) and data processing (eg: optimized data access, parallelized decompression, lazy materialization of intermediate results). Their characteristics are particularly
Scientific workflow provenance metadata management using an RDBMS -based RDF store
Provenance management has become increasingly important to support scientific discovery reproducibility, result interpretation, and problem diagnosis in scientific workflow environments. This paper proposes an approach to provenance management that
Mapping extensible markup language document with relational database management system
MAI Fakharaldien, K Edris , Journal of Physical , 2012
Full Length Research Paper Mapping extensible markup language document with
relational database management system Mohammed Adam Ibrahim Fakharaldien,
Khalid Edris, Jasni Mohamed Zain and Norrozila Sulaiman
The Network Configuration of an Object Relational Database Management System
P Diaz ,Materials Presented at the MU-SPIN , 2000 ,mu-spin.gsfc.nasa.gov
networking and implementation of the Oracle Database Management System (ODBMS) requires
developers to have knowledge of the UNIX
Design and Implementation of Graphical User Interface for Relational Database Management System
ME Patil, RN Mulchandani
Database Management System involves both the definition of structures for the storage of
information and provision of mechanisms for There are different data models, among which
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) is the most popular choice for large scale
An image storage system using a relational database management system to facilitate picture data handling
DG Johnson ,1987 ,ritdml.rit.edu
Page 1. An Image Storage System Using a Relational Database Management System to Facilitate
Picture Data Handling ISS utilizes the capabilities of the Mistress Relational Database
Management System, the Relation Interpreter Package and the CORE Graphics Package.
DESIGN ISSUES: A VIRTUAL MACHINE FOR SECURITY IN A RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
W van Staden ,Citeseer
Page 1. DESIGN ISSUES: A VIRTUAL MACHINE FOR SECURITY IN A RELATIONAL DATABASE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Wynand van Staden In a similar fashion it is possible to create a VM
that can be used for access control in a relational database management system.
Using a Relational Database Management System to Implement
SM Beitzel, EC Jensen, DA Grossman, FJ Ingham ,Citeseer
Page 1. Using a Relational Database Management System to Implement XML-QL  J. McHugh,
S. Abiteboul, R. Goldman, D. Quass, and J. Widom Lore: A Database Management System for
Semistructured Data. SIGMOD Record, 26(3):54-66, September 1997.
Access path selection in a relational database management system
PG Selinger, MM Astrahan, DD Chamberlin ,Proceedings of the , 1979 ,dl.acm.org
Page 1. Access Path Selection in a Relational Database Management System P. Griffiths Selinger
MM Astrahan DD Chamberlin ‘, : It. System R is an experimental database management system
developed to carry out research on the relational model of data.
Design of LDV: A multilevel secure relational database management system
PD Stachour ,Knowledge and Data , 1990
Design of LDV: A Multilevel Secure Relational Database Management System Abstract-In a
multilevel secure database management system (MLS/ DBMS) users cleared at different security
levels access and share a da- tabase consisting of data at a variety of sensitivity levels.
A parallel relational database management system approach to relevance feedback in information retrieval
C Lundquist, O Frieder, DO Holmes ,Journal of the American , 1999 ,mail.ir.iit.edu
Page 1. A Parallel Relational Database Management System Approach to Relevance Feedback
in Information Retrieval The Teradata DBC/1012 Database Computer is a special purpose machine
designed to run a relational database management system using standard SQL.
Semantics for update rule programs and implementation in a relational database management system
L Raschid ,ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS), 1996 ,dl.acm.org
Page 1. Semantics for Update Rule Programs and Implementation in a Relational
Database Management System LOUIQA RASCHID University of Maryland, College
Park and JORGE LOBO University of Illinois at Chicago In
Usability and design considerations for an autonomic relational database management system
Usability and design considerations for an autonomic relational database
management system by R. Telford R. Horman S. Lightstone N. Markov S. O’Connell
G. Lohman Autonomic systems offer numerous advantages
Toward a verified relational database management system
Toward a Verified Relational Database Management System * Gregory
Malecha edu Abstract We report on our experience implementing a lightweight, fully
ver- ified relational database management system (RDBMS). The