By Lubomir Bic, Robert L. Hartmann (auth.), Prof.Dr. H.-O. Leilich, Dr. M. Missikoff (eds.)
The foreign Workshop on Database Machines in Munich is the 3rd of its type, preceeded by means of the conferences in Florence (Sept. eighty one) and San Diego (Sept. 82). The workshop is aimed toward offering an interchange of rules and adventure on desktops designed to accomplish database operations extra successfully than basic goal pcs with a software program database administration method. Many proposals were released prior to now 10 years, yet now numerous platforms were equipped and virtually applied and a few are even commercially to be had, in order that war of words with the genuine international is commencing to happen. the categories of query which come up in this section of coming to adulthood are these concerned with review and size. The emphasis of the workshop is consequently on functionality overview and the respective modelling recommendations and technique. information stream and different new themes (including algorithms) also are handled with admire to functionality and potency. we're pleased for you to contain a few papers on current advertisement items - from either the clothier and the person viewpoints. we are hoping to motivate serious reviews during this box and feature prepared a consultation with the name "Where Database Machines Are Going" - to be through a panel dis~ussion.
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Scheuermann, S. Seehusen and H. Weber University of Bremen Dept. of Mathematics &. Computer Science 2800 Bremen 33, W-Germany +Northwestern University Evanston, Ill. A. Abstract The paper outlines a concept for the design and performance evaluation of alternative database system and database machine architectures. concept, therefore, modular design to produce integrates a software design method and specification) with performance a tool to uniformly (such The as prediction methods predict the performance of software / hardware architectures.
Simulation model based on Petri nets. some experiments we In section 4 we show how the DBS model can outline our be mapped into a Finally, in section 5 we present carried out to quantify the operations on two representative architectures. 0 The DBS Model Although a number out to compare [DEW81, of performance evaluation studies the RAW82], ~apabilities no systematic of a sample methodology have been carried of database for the machines evaluation alternative database machines has been previously available.
In conventional microprogramming, the micro-instruction to be executed next is selected by a micro-PC or by explicit specification in the previous micro-instruction. For the retrieval processor, we propose a different, data driven microprogram execution that resembles to the execution rule of a turing machine. We define a ~ of a module to consist of the availability of data at inputs, in registers, etc. and of the contents of some status bits. To perform an operation, we have to go through a well defined sequence of such states.