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By Yannis Manolopoulos

Advanced Database Indexing starts off by means of introducing easy fabric on garage media, together with magnetic disks, RAID structures and tertiary garage comparable to optical disk and tapes. ordinary entry equipment (e.g. B+ bushes, dynamic hash documents and secondary key retrieval) also are brought. the rest of the booklet discusses fresh advances in indexing and entry equipment for specific database functions. extra particularly, concerns similar to exterior sorting, dossier buildings for periods, temporal entry tools, spatial and spatio-temporal indexing, snapshot and multimedia indexing, excellent exterior hashing equipment, parallel entry tools, concurrency concerns in indexing and parallel exterior sorting are offered for the 1st time in one ebook.
Advanced Database Indexing is a wonderful reference for database execs and should be used as a textual content for complex classes at the topic.

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Thus, instead of purchasing storage hardware, they would purchase access to their data. This has the advantage that companies do not need to worry about upgrading and maintaining their storage devices and can concentrate more on their main business activities. A disadvantage would be that the third party would be in a very powerful and responsible position, having control over important data files. 9. FURTHER READING Study of the storage media and storage systems is an essential step in the process of designing efficient access methods and query processing techniques.

Furthermore, it is assumed that the merging phase consists of one phase. This assumption is justified by modern memory sizes. It may be easily deduced that the problem of finding the optimal feasible reading sequence is equivalent to the traveling salesman problem. Therefore, only a heuristic solution can be proposed. The heuristic is based on the placement of each C entry of the block consumption sequence C inside the reading sequence R in a position which minimizes seek time. The seek time is calculated by the L(R;) disk positions, where the entries of the reading sequences are stored.

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