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A Demonstration of SciDB: A Science-Oriented DBMS

A Demonstration of SciDB: A Science-Oriented DBMS,Proceedings of The Vldb Endowment,Philippe Cudré-mauroux,Hideaki Kimura,Kian-tat Lim,Jennie Rogers,R

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Philippe Cudré-mauroux, Hideaki Kimura, Kian-tat Lim, Jennie Rogers, Roman Simakov, Emad Soroush, Pavel Velikhov, Daniel Wang, Magdalena Balazinska, Jacek Becla, David J. Dewitt, Bobbi Heathhttp://academic.research.microsoft.com/io.ashx?type=5&id=5064659&selfId1=0&selfId2=0&maxNumber=12&query=
In CIDR 2009, we presented a collection of requirements for SciDB, a DBMS that would meet the needs of scientic users. These included a nested-array data model, science- specic operations such as regrid, and support for uncer- tainty, lineage, and named versions. In this paper, we present an overview of SciDB's key features and outline a demonstration of the rst version of SciDB on data and op- erations from one of our lighthouse users, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST).
Journal: Proceedings of The Vldb Endowment - PVLDB , vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 1534-1537, 2009
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    • ...Efficient handling of uncertainty is a major issue for SciDB [33, 28, 8], a recent such system...
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    • ...MonetDB [5], TerraLib [6], and the announced SciDB [7] support the array data structure as first-class citizens...
    • ...SciDB [7] is a scientific DBMS under development, no hints about storage management strategies as discussed in this paper are known yet...

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    • ...However, current database technologies have not kept pace with the proliferation and specific requirements of scientific databases [10], [22], [29]...

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    • ...For example, Parallel RDBMSs [7] achieve high performance when they are applied to structured data; MapReduce [8] is famous for its superior scalability and reliability in dealing with unstructured data; SciDB [9] [10] [11] addresses common needs for scientific data analysis and tries to achieve high performance, scalability, as well as fault tolerance...
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