Trio-One: Layering Uncertainty and Lineage on a Conventional DBMS

M. Mutsuzaki, M. Theobald, Ander de Keijzer, J. Widom, P. Agrawal, O. Benjelloun, A. Das Sarma, R. Murthy, T. Sugihara

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Abstract

Trio is a new kind of database system that supports data, uncertainty, and lineage in a fully integrated manner. The first Trio prototype, dubbed Trio-One, is built on top of a conventional DBMS using data and query translation techniques together with a small number of stored procedures. This paper describes Trio-One's translation scheme and system architecture, showing how it efficiently and easily supports the Trio data model and query language.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationProc. of Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research
Place of PublicationOnline publication
PublisherDatabase Group, University of Wisconsin
Pages269-274
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)not assigned
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2007

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Number2

Keywords

  • IR-66957
  • EWI-9302
  • METIS-242043

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Mutsuzaki, M., Theobald, M., de Keijzer, A., Widom, J., Agrawal, P., Benjelloun, O., ... Sugihara, T. (2007). Trio-One: Layering Uncertainty and Lineage on a Conventional DBMS. In Proc. of Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research (pp. 269-274). Online publication: Database Group, University of Wisconsin.