Prototype and performance analysis of a multi-layered database system using concept hierarchies
Keywords and Phrases
Multi-layered database; Concept hierarchies
"This thesis presents an implementation of the concept hierarchy operator where a given base table/tables is transformed to its corresponding summary tables at different levels. The transformation is based on the functional dependencies between attributes. The three types of summarization are horizontal, vertical and dual summarization. The implemented system takes the base table/tables from the Oracle database server, uses the concept hierarchy operator and generates the horizontal, vertical and dual summary tables which are stored back into the database. These summary tables represent a less secure and generalized upper layer in the multi-layered database (MLDB) model. Additional features built into the system are source cardinality, range values for numerical attributes and randomization of static attributes when summarized. In addition to the system development, performance and cost-benefit analyses were done over completely new experimental schema taken from the Internet"--Abstract, leaf iii.
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 80 leaves
© 2004 Toby Thomas Kurien, All rights reserved.
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Information storage and retrieval systems
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Kurien, Toby Thomas, "Prototype and performance analysis of a multi-layered database system using concept hierarchies" (2004). Masters Theses. 3606.
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