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 Robert A Yost

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July 1998 Readings in database systems (3rd ed.)
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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July 1998 Readings in database systems (3rd ed.)
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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Keywords: locking, access path selection, compilation, database management systems, relational model, recovery, authorization

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July 1994 Readings in database systems (2nd ed.)
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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June 1988 Readings in database systems
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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February 1988 Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Data Engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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June 1986 Distributed systems, Vol. II: distributed data base systems
Publisher: Artech House, Inc.
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June 1986 Distributed systems, Vol. II: distributed data base systems
Publisher: Artech House, Inc.
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February 1984 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS): Volume 2 Issue 1, February 1984
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 45
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Keywords: distributed computation, distributed recovery protocols, site autonomy

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October 1983 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review: Volume 17 Issue 5, October 1983
Publisher: ACM
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R* is an experimental prototype distributed database management system. The computation needed to perform a sequence of multisite user transactions in R* is structured as a tree of processes communicating over virtual circuit communication links. Distributed computation can be supported by providing a server process per site which performs requests ...
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October 1983  SOSP '83: Proceedings of the ninth ACM symposium on Operating systems principles

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October 1981 Communications of the ACM: Volume 24 Issue 10, Oct. 1981
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 73
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System R, an experimental database system, was constructed to demonstrate that the usability advantages of the relational data model can be realized in a system with the complete function and high performance required for everyday production use. This paper describes the three principal phases of the System R project and ...
Keywords: recovery, authorization, locking, access path selection, compilation, database management systems, relational model

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September 1981 VLDB '81: Proceedings of the seventh international conference on Very Large Data Bases - Volume 7
Publisher: VLDB Endowment
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System R is an experimental database system constructed at IBM Research Laboratory in San Jose to demonstrate that the usability advantages of the relational data model can be realized in a system with the complete function and high performance required for everyday production usage. SQL/Data System is a relational database ...

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March 1981 IBM Systems Journal: Volume 20 Issue 1, March 1981
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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System R is an experimental data base management system that was designed to be unusually easy to use. System R supports a high-level relational user language called SQL, which may be used by ad hoc users at terminals or by programmers as an imbedded data sublanguage in PL/I or COBOL. ...

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March 1981 ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS): Volume 6 Issue 1, March 1981
Publisher: ACM
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System R supports a high-level relational user language called SQL which may be used by ad hoc users at terminals or as an embedded data sublanguage in PL/I or COBOL. Host-language programs with embedded SQL statements are processed by the System R precompiler which replaces the SQL statements by calls ...
Keywords: performance measurements, relational database systems, query languages, compilation, transaction processing

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May 1979 Computer: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 1979
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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A relational approach makes this experimental data base management system unusually easy to install and use. Some of the decisions made in System R design in order to enhance usability also offer major bonuses in other areas.



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