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Russian Electrical Engineering

, Volume 86, Issue 6, pp 326–330 | Cite as

Increasing the capacity for integration of automated test systems of electrotechnical products

  • S. V. BochkarevEmail author
  • D. A. Popov
Article

Abstract

Features of long-term storage of complex technological products have been considered. Advantages and disadvantages of different types of database management systems (DBMSs) in solving the problem of increasing the capacity for integration of electrotechnical products have been showed. Relational databases, key value type databases, large table databases, and document-oriented databases are considered. The use of document-oriented database is proposed and its viability confirmed. The hierarchical database architecture for long-term storage of information on testing of complex technical products with the possibility of dynamic formation of metadata has been developed. The article discusses various options for historical data and their features. Based on features of types of data, conclusions are given regarding the applicability or inapplicability of the solution under review to improve the capacity for integration of automated systems for testing electrical products. The results of applying a document-oriented database to the task have been shown. The performance is assessed, as are the delivery rate of information resources, adaptability of information resources, and interaction with object-oriented systems.

Keywords

document-oriented database hierarchical structure temporal data noSQL 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Perm National Research Polytechnic UniversityPermRussia

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