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Disk Resident Databases Versus Main Memory Databases

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Today with decreasing the cost of architecture, main memory-based databases are growing very fast and because they are applicable in many query intensive and real-time applications such as data mining, OLAP, GIS and Multimedia systems they will be very public. In this paper the authors do a benchmark based on TCPB on tow kind of databases, a disk resident database, SQL Server, and a Main Memory resident database, FastDB 1, and study there performance and there availability. 1

Year: 2008
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