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Query processing with reasonable efficiency on big data is often being a problem when the size of the data is considered.
Here both Human Language Query Processing Statement and SQL Statement produce the same result.
We also evaluated the efficiency of the query processing described in Section 3 using the CAS topics in the INEX 2008 test collection.
In all the cases as the number of processors is increased, the speedup in the query processing operation is limited, at the bottom, by the communication and synchronization time, and the network traffic.
One available product differs significantly from the others because it is not connected to a particular database management system and its query processing does not result in direct execution of database commands.
McObject CEO and co-founder Steve Graves said : "Demand for distributed query processing cuts across market segments, but is especially relevant to the automation and control field, where eXtremeDB is historically strong.
reducing the number of paths pursued during query processing.
While processing the containment queries, the methodology of filtering-and-verification approach is adopted to reduce the size of candidate graphs set, but the inclusion logic which is used in subgraph query processing can not be applied.
First, the much larger amount of memory addressed by the Itanium 2-based Unisys ES7000 means faster builds of OLAP cubes and much faster query processing.
The linguistic analysis, query processing and distribution quality assessment functions are innovative and powerful.
The result is, the company claims, about a 50-times speed-up in query processing.
If the distributed search interface is sufficiently intelligent to recognize the limitations of constituent systems, it may be able to compensate for at least some of these shortcomings by doing additional query processing prior to presenting a result to the user at a significant performance penalty.