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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

CROSS-DB: a feature-extended multidimensional data model for statistical and scientific databases

Lehner, Wolfgang, Ruf, Thomas, Teschke, Michael 13 September 2022 (has links)
Statistical and scientific computing applications exhibit characteristics that are fundamentally different from classical database system application domains. The CROSS-DB data model presented in this paper is optimized for use in such applications by providing advanced data modelling methods and application-oriented query facilities, thus providing a framework for optimized data management procedures. CROSS-DB (which stands for Classification-oriented, Redundancy-based Optimization of Statistical and Scientific DataBases) is based on a multidimensional data view. The model differs from other approaches by o~ering two complementary rnechanisrnsfor structuring qualifying information, classification and feature description. Using these mechanisms results in a normalized, low-dimensional database schema which ensures both, modelling uniqueness and understandability while providing enhanced modelling flexibility.

Sample synopses for approximate answering of group-by queries

Lehner, Wolfgang, Rösch, Philipp 22 April 2022 (has links)
With the amount of data in current data warehouse databases growing steadily, random sampling is continuously gaining in importance. In particular, interactive analyses of large datasets can greatly benefit from the significantly shorter response times of approximate query processing. Typically, those analytical queries partition the data into groups and aggregate the values within the groups. Further, with the commonly used roll-up and drill-down operations a broad range of group-by queries is posed to the system, which makes the construction of highly-specialized synopses difficult. In this paper, we propose a general-purpose sampling scheme that is biased in order to answer group-by queries with high accuracy. While existing techniques focus on the size of the group when computing its sample size, our technique is based on its standard deviation. The basic idea is that the more homogeneous a group is, the less representatives are required in order to give a good estimate. With an extensive set of experiments, we show that our approach reduces both the estimation error and the construction cost compared to existing techniques.

Derby/S: A DBMS for Sample-Based Query Answering

Klein, Anja, Gemulla, Rainer, Rösch, Philipp, Lehner, Wolfgang 10 November 2022 (has links)
Although approximate query processing is a prominent way to cope with the requirements of data analysis applications, current database systems do not provide integrated and comprehensive support for these techniques. To improve this situation, we propose an SQL extension---called SQL/S---for approximate query answering using random samples, and present a prototypical implementation within the engine of the open-source database system Derby---called Derby/S. Our approach significantly reduces the required expert knowledge by enabling the definition of samples in a declarative way; the choice of the specific sampling scheme and its parametrization is left to the system. SQL/S introduces new DDL commands to easily define and administrate random samples subject to a given set of optimization criteria. Derby/S automatically takes care of sample maintenance if the underlying dataset changes. Finally, samples are transparently used during query processing, and error bounds are provided. Our extensions do not affect traditional queries and provide the means to integrate sampling as a first-class citizen into a DBMS.

Cardinality Estimation with Local Deep Learning Models

Woltmann, Lucas, Hartmann, Claudio, Thiele, Maik, Habich, Dirk, Lehner, Wolfgang 14 June 2022 (has links)
Cardinality estimation is a fundamental task in database query processing and optimization. Unfortunately, the accuracy of traditional estimation techniques is poor resulting in non-optimal query execution plans. With the recent expansion of machine learning into the field of data management, there is the general notion that data analysis, especially neural networks, can lead to better estimation accuracy. Up to now, all proposed neural network approaches for the cardinality estimation follow a global approach considering the whole database schema at once. These global models are prone to sparse data at training leading to misestimates for queries which were not represented in the sample space used for generating training queries. To overcome this issue, we introduce a novel local-oriented approach in this paper, therefore the local context is a specific sub-part of the schema. As we will show, this leads to better representation of data correlation and thus better estimation accuracy. Compared to global approaches, our novel approach achieves an improvement by two orders of magnitude in accuracy and by a factor of four in training time performance for local models.

Improving The Communication Performance Of I/O Intensive And Communication Intensive Application In Cluster Computer Systems

Kumar, V Santhosh 10 1900 (has links)
Cluster computer systems assembled from commodity off-the-shelf components have emerged as a viable and cost-effective alternative to high-end custom parallel computer systems.In this thesis, we investigate how scalable performance can be achieved for database systems on clusters. In this context we specfically considered database query processing for evaluation of botlenecks and suggest optimization techniques for obtaining scalable application performance. First we systematically demonstrated that in a large cluster with high disk bandwidth, the processing capability and the I/O bus bandwidth are the two major performance bottlenecks in database systems. To identify and assess bottlenecks, we developed a Petri net model of parallel query execution on a cluster. Once identified and assessed,we address the above two performance bottlenecks by offoading certain application related tasks to the processor in the network interface card. Offoading application tasks to the processor in the network interface cards shifts the bottleneck from cluster processor to I/O bus. Further, we propose a hardware scheme,network attached disk ,and a software scheme to achieve a balanced utilization of re-sources like host processor, I/O bus, and processor in the network interface card. The proposed schemes result in a speedup of upto 1.47 compared to the base scheme, and ensures scalable performance upto 64 processors. Encouraged by the benefits of offloading application tasks to network processors, we explore the possibilities of performing the bloom filter operations in network processors. We combine offloading bloom filter operations with the proposed hardware schemes to achieve upto 50% reduction in execution time. The later part of the thesis provides introductory experiments conducted in Community At-mospheric Model(CAM), a large scale parallel application used for global weather and climate prediction. CAM is a communication intensive application that involves collective communication of large messages. In our limited experiment, we identified CAM to see the effect of compression techniques and offloading techniques (as formulated for database) on the performance of communication intensive applications. Due to time constraint, we considered only the possibility of compression technique for improving the application performance. However, offloading technique could be taken as a full-fledged research problem for further investigation In our experiment, we found compression of messages reduces the message latencies, and hence improves the execution time and scalability of the application. Without using compression techniques, performance measured on 64 processor cluster resulted in a speed up of only 15.6. While lossless compression retains the accuracy and correctness of the program, it does not result in high compression. We therefore propose lossy compression technique which can achieve a higher compression, yet retain the accuracy and numerical stability of the application while achieving a scalable performance. This leads to speedup of 31.7 on 64 processors compared to a speedup of 15.6 without message compression. We establish that the accuracy within prescribed limit of variation and numerical stability of CAM is retained under lossy compression.

Execution Of Distributed Database Queries On A Hpc System

Onder, Ibrahim Seckin 01 January 2010 (has links) (PDF)
Increasing performance of computers and ability to connect computers with high speed communication networks make distributed databases systems an attractive research area. In this study, we evaluate communication and data processing capabilities of a HPC machine. We calculate accurate cost formulas for high volume data communication between processing nodes and experimentally measure sorting times. A left deep query plan executer has been implemented and experimentally used for executing plans generated by two different genetic algorithms for a distributed database environment using message passing paradigm to prove that a parallel system can provide scalable performance by increasing the number of nodes used for storing database relations and processing nodes. We compare the performance of plans generated by genetic algorithms with optimal plans generated by exhaustive search algorithm. Our results have verified that optimal plans are better than those of genetic algorithms, as expected.

AL: Unified Analytics in Domain Specific Terms

Luong, Johannes, Habich, Dirk, Lehner, Wolfgang 13 June 2022 (has links)
Data driven organizations gather information on various aspects of their endeavours and analyze that information to gain valuable insights or to increase automatization. Today, these organizations can choose from a wealth of specialized analytical libraries and platforms to meet their functional and non-functional requirements. Indeed, many common application scenarios involve the combination of multiple such libraries and platforms in order to provide a holistic perspective. Due to the scattered landscape of specialized analytical tools, this integration can result in complex and hard to evolve applications. In addition, the necessary movement of data between tools and formats can introduce a serious performance penalty. In this article we present a unified programming environment for analytical applications. The environment includes AL, a programming language that combines concepts of various common analytical domains. Further, the environment also includes a flexible compilation system that uses a language-, domain-, and platform independent program intermediate representation to separate high level application logic and physical organisation. We provide a detailed introduction of AL, establish our program intermediate representation as a generally useful abstraction, and give a detailed explanation of the translation of AL programs into workloads for our experimental shared-memory processing engine.

Conjunctive Queries with Inequalities Under Updates

Idris, Muhammad, Ugarte, Martín, Vansummeren, Stijn, Voigt, Hannes, Lehner, Wolfgang 15 June 2022 (has links)
Modern application domains such as Composite Event Recognition (CER) and real-time Analytics require the ability to dynamically refresh query results under high update rates. Traditional approaches to this problem are based either on the materialization of subresults (to avoid their recomputation) or on the recomputation of subresults (to avoid the space overhead of materialization). Both techniques have recently been shown suboptimal: instead of materializing results and subresults, one can maintain a data structure that supports efficient maintenance under updates and can quickly enumerate the full query output, as well as the changes produced under single updates. Unfortunately, these data structures have been developed only for aggregate-join queries composed of equi-joins, limiting their applicability in domains such as CER where temporal joins are commonplace. In this paper, we present a new approach for dynamically evaluating queries with multi-way θ-joins under updates that is effective in avoiding both materialization and recomputation of results, while supporting a wide range of applications. To do this we generalize Dynamic Yannakakis, an algorithm for dynamically processing acyclic equi-join queries. In tandem, and of independent interest, we generalize the notions of acyclicity and free-connexity to arbitrary θ-joins. We instantiate our framework to the case where θ-joins are only composed of equalities and inequalities (<, ≤, =, >, ≥) and experimentally compare this algorithm, called IEDyn, to state of the art CER systems as well as incremental view maintenance engines. IEDyn performs consistently better than the competitor systems with up to two orders of magnitude improvements in both time and memory consumption.

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