MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS.

Esen A. Ozkarahan, Kemal Oflazer

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Abstract

It is a well accepted fact that the introduction of LSI into computer hardware design has changed the design philosophy. With the LSI's being the basic building blocks of computer structures, it is now possible to achieve modular hardware which can be dynamic or reconfigurable under software guidance. As the database machines are evolving into a new architectural class exploiting cellular and associative features, it is now possible to realize their design in view of the new hardware constriants introduced by the LSI technology. Starting with an existing static database machine design which utilizes a special purpose hardwired microprocessor, various ways of accomplishing a modular dynamic design with off-the-shelf microprocessors are being investigated. Trade-offs are discussed and the details of proposed architectural configurations are given. For each approach considered, the rationale for microprocessor applicability, along with requirements placed on microprocessor characteristics, are specified.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
Place of PublicationNew York, NY
PublisherIEEE (78CH1389-6 C)
Pages300-311
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 1800
Externally publishedYes
EventInt Conf on Very Large Data Bases, 4th, Proc - W Berlin, W Ger
Duration: 13 Sep 197815 Sep 1978

Other

OtherInt Conf on Very Large Data Bases, 4th, Proc
CityW Berlin, W Ger
Period13/9/7815/9/78

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Microprocessor chips
Hardware
Machine design
Computer hardware

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  • Engineering(all)

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Ozkarahan, E. A., & Oflazer, K. (1800). MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 300-311). New York, NY: IEEE (78CH1389-6 C).

MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS. / Ozkarahan, Esen A.; Oflazer, Kemal.

Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY : IEEE (78CH1389-6 C), 1800. p. 300-311.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Ozkarahan, EA & Oflazer, K 1800, MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. IEEE (78CH1389-6 C), New York, NY, pp. 300-311, Int Conf on Very Large Data Bases, 4th, Proc, W Berlin, W Ger, 13/9/78.
Ozkarahan EA, Oflazer K. MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY: IEEE (78CH1389-6 C). 1800. p. 300-311
Ozkarahan, Esen A. ; Oflazer, Kemal. / MICROPROCESSOR BASED MODULAR DATABASE PROCESSORS. Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, NY : IEEE (78CH1389-6 C), 1800. pp. 300-311
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