Data Storage and Processing in Real-Time Information Systems Using Multidimensional Technologies.

Juri S. Kabalnov, Olga I. Christodulo, Dmitry V. Ivlev, Alexander A. Levkov: Data Storage and Processing in Real-Time Information Systems Using Multidimensional Technologies CSIT 2000 : 210-214


The work deals with the problem of building data storage and processing systems for real time information systems (RTIS). The authors suggest considering this problem as a development of a pair of connected information objects with clearly defined levels of abstraction. The first object is a physical, and the second, a logical model of data storage. The physical model may be built using a particular type of indexed structure based on binary irregular trees, providing a more efficient and optimal structure and sparing losses in speed as compared with classical structures. Using this structure we resolve the problem of disperse data storage. The logical model of data representation offers an opportunity to qualitatively upgrade the level of information visualization with respect to available products. The model is based on the algebra of binary multi-index variables. This permitted us to create a flexible and powerful language of query for work with large amounts of information.

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Heinz Schweppe and Yuri S. Kabalnov (Eds.): CSIT'2000, Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Computer Science and Information Technologies, September 18-23, 2000, Ufa, Russia. USATU Publishers & JurInfoR-MSU Publishing 2000, ISBN 5-86911-312-1

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