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Publication years1996-2008
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October 2008 ESORICS '08: Proceedings of the 13th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security: Computer Security
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 6

Outsourced data publishing is a promising approach to achieve higher distribution efficiency, greater data survivability, and lower management cost. In outsourced data publishing (sometimes referred to as third-party publishing), a data owner gives the content of databases to multiple publishers which answer queries sent by clients. In many cases, the ...

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June 2008 SIGMOD '08: Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 4
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Regulations require businesses to archive many electronic documents for extended periods of time. Given the sheer volume of documents and the response time requirements, documents that are unlikely to ever be accessed should be stored on an inexpensive device (such as tape), while documents that are likely to be accessed ...
Keywords: lifecycle management, tiered storage, document partitioning, keyword query, hierarchical storage management, inverted index partitioning

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March 2008 The VLDB Journal — The International Journal on Very Large Data Bases: Volume 17 Issue 2, March 2008
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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Intense regulatory focus on secure retention of electronic records has led to a need to ensure that records are trustworthy, i.e., able to provide irrefutable proof and accurate details of past events. In this paper, we analyze the requirements for a trustworthy index to support keyword-based search queries. We argue ...
Keywords: Inverted index, Jump index, Compliance storage

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September 2007 MSST '07: Proceedings of the 24th IEEE Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Compliance storage servers are designed to meet organizational needs for trustworthy records retention, largely mandated by recent legislations such as HIPAA, SEC Rule 17a, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. These devices export a file-system-level interface, and enforce write-once readmany (WORM) semantics for file access. Compliance storage protects records from alteration, as ...

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April 2007 IBM Systems Journal: Volume 46 Issue 2, April 2007
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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September 2006 VLDB '06: Proceedings of the 32nd international conference on Very large data bases
Publisher: VLDB Endowment
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Recent litigation and intense regulatory focus on secure retention of electronic records have spurred a rush to introduce Write-Once-Read-Many (WORM) storage devices for retaining business records such as electronic mail. However, simply storing records in WORM storage is insuffcient to ensure that the records are trustworthy, i.e., able to provide ...

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November 2005 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS): Volume 23 Issue 4, November 2005
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 26
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Disk I/O is increasingly the performance bottleneck in computer systems despite rapidly increasing disk data transfer rates. In this article, we propose Automatic Locality-Improving Storage (ALIS), an introspective storage system that automatically reorganizes selected disk blocks based on the dynamic reference stream to increase effective storage performance. ALIS is based ...
Keywords: block layout, prefetching, data restructuring, locality improvement, Data layout optimization, defragmentation, disk technology trends, data reorganization

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June 2005 SIGMOD '05: Proceedings of the 2005 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data
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As critical records are increasingly stored in electronic form, which tends to make for easy destruction and clandestine modification, it is imperative that they be properly managed to preserve their trustworthiness, i.e., their ability to provide irrefutable proof and accurate details of events that have occurred. The need for proper ...

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March 2004 IBM Journal of Research and Development: Volume 48 Issue 2, March 2004
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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In this paper, we use real server and personal computer workloads to systematically analyze the true performance impact of various I/O optimization techniques, including read caching, sequential prefetching, opportunistic prefetching, write buffering, request scheduling, striping, and short-stroking. We also break down disk technology improvement into four basic effects--faster seeks, higher ...

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April 2003 IBM Systems Journal: Volume 42 Issue 2, April 2003
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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Understanding the characteristics of I/O traffic is increasingly important as the performance gap between the processor and disk-based storage continues to widen. Moreover, recent advances in technology, coupled with market demands, have led to new and exciting developments in storage systems, particularly network storage, storage utilities, and intelligent self-optimizing storage. ...

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January 2003
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As the processor-disk performance gap continues to widen and computer systems become ever more complex, increasingly aggressive and automated methods are needed to improve I/O performance. This work concerns mechanizable ways to effectively increase I/O performance. Our specific contributions are as follows. First, we introduce our thesis that it is ...

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April 2002
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Understanding the characteristics of physical I/O traffic is increasingly important as the performance gap between processor and disk-based storage continues to widen. Moreover, recent advances in technology, coupled with market demands, have led to several new and exciting developments in storage, including network storage, storage utilities, and intelligent self-optimizing storage. ...

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January 2002
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As the processor-disk performance gap continues to widen and computer systems become ever more complex, increasingly aggressive and automated methods are needed to improve I/O performance. This work concerns mechanizable ways to effectively increase I/O performance. Our specific contributions are as follows. First, we introduce our thesis that it is ...

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March 2001 IBM Systems Journal - End-to-end security: Volume 40 Issue 3, March 2001
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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There has been very little empirical analysis of any real production database workloads. Although the Transaction Processing Performance Council benchmarks C (TPC-C TM ) and D (TPC-D TM ) have become the standard benchmarks for on-line transaction processing and decision support systems, respectively, there has not been any major effort ...

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March 2001 ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS): Volume 26 Issue 1, March 2001
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 23
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As improvements in processor performance continue to far outpace improvements in storage performance, I/O is increasingly the bottleneck in computer systems, especially in large database systems that manage huge amoungs of data. The key to achieving good I/O performance is to thoroughly understand its characteristics. In this article we present ...
Keywords: workload characterization, I/O, sequentiality, TPC benchmarks, caching, locality, production database workloads, reference behavior, prefetching

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August 2000 Euro-Par '00: Proceedings from the 6th International Euro-Par Conference on Parallel Processing
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 6

Parity-based disk arrays provide high reliability and high performance for read and large write accesses at low storage cost. However, small writes are notoriously slow due to the well-known read-modify-write problem. This paper presents logging RAID, a disk array architecture that adopts data logging techniques to overcome the small-write problem ...

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July 2000 ICPADS '00: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 5

Recent developments in both hardware and software have made it worthwhile to consider embedding intelligence in storage to handle general purpose processing that can be offloaded from the hosts. In particular, low-cost processing power is now widely available and software can be made robust, secure and mobile. In this paper, ...
Keywords: intelligent storage, decision support workloads, TPC-D, database performance, database scalability, database offloading

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November 1999
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There has been very little empirical analysis of any real production database workloads. Although The Transaction Processing Performance Council benchmarks C (TPC-C) and D (TPC-D) have become the standard benchmarks for online transaction processing and decision support systems respectively, there has also not been any major effort to systematically analyze ...

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November 1999
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As improvements in processor performance continue to far outpace improvements in storage performance, I/O is increasingly the bottleneck in computer systems, especially in large database systems that manage huge amounts of data. The key to achieving good I/O performance is to thoroughly understand its characteristics. In this paper, we present ...

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August 1999
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Citation Count: 5

Recent developments in both hardware and software have made it worthwhile to consider embedding intelligence in storage to handle general purpose processing that can be offloaded from the hosts. In particular, low-cost processing power is now widely available and software can be made robust, secure and mobile. In this paper, ...



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