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Abstract

Companies such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft maintain extremely large data repositories within which searches are frequently conducted. In an article entitled “Data-Intensive Supercomputing: The case for DISC” Randal Bryant describes such data repositories and suggests an agenda for appying them more broadly to massive data set problems of importance to the scientific community and society in general.

Keywords

Input Stream Binary Search Tree Left Child Disc Block Geometric Random Variable 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard M. Karp
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  1. 1.International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, USA, and University of California at BerkeleyUSA

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