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Modern info structures fluctuate in essence from their predecessors. They help operations at a number of destinations and varied time zones, are dispensed and network-based, and use multidimensional info research, information warehousing, wisdom discovery, wisdom administration, cellular computing, and different glossy details processing tools.
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The first index structure is based on a partial-order tree that is a tree derived from a partial-order relation imposed on sets with inclusion operator. For this index organisation, evaluating set predicates consists in traversal a multiway tree in a systematic fashion. The second structure is based on an array of bitmaps. For this structure, set predicates can be evaluated by retrieving appropriate rows from an array of bitmaps, depending on the index variant. Two variants of the latter structure are proposed: with fixed-sized rows and with variable-size rows.
It is due to the fact, that for any n ~ 0 Pd"l+ is a subgraph of Pdn+ll+. g. "Russian", to be mapped in the directory into integer 5), we do not have to reorganise the index; it is enough to add appropriate pointers to some nodes (the detailed procedure of growing a po<"l+ tree is given in ). It is a very useful feature when we do not know a priori the cardinality of the primitive domain or when this cardinality is large. In the opposite situation, when we know the cardinality and it is small, we can exploit a static version of the partial-order tree (denoted by Pd"l).
Databases and Information Systems: Fourth International Baltic Workshop, Baltic DB&IS 2000 Vilnius, Lithuania, May 1–5, 2000 Selected Papers by Kazimierz Subieta, Jacek Plodzien (auth.), Janis Barzdins, Albertas Caplinskas (eds.)