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Associative “logic-per-track” processors for data management are examined from a technological and engineering point of view. Architectural and design decisions are discussed. Some alternatives to the design of comparators, garbage collection, and domain extraction for architectures like the...
A distributed database system is one in which the database is spread among several sites and application programs “move” from site to site to access and update the data they need. The concurrency control is that portion of the system that responds to the read and write requests of the...
The paper proposes a shift-register memory, structured as a two-dimensional array of uniform shift-register loops which are linked by flow-steering switches, whose switch control scheme is tailored to perform with great efficiency data management operations on sequentially organized files. The...
Aspects of an intelligent interface that provides natural language access to a large body of data distributed over a computer network are described. The overall system architecture is presented, showing how a user is buffered from the actual database management systems (DBMSs) by three layers of...
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