PRISMA database machine: A distributed, main-memory approach
The PRISMA project is a large-scale research effort in the design and implementation of a highly parallel machine for data and knowledge processing. The PRISMA database machine is a distributed, main-memory database management system implemented in an object-oriented language that runs on top of a multi-computer system. A prototype that is envisioned consists of 64 processing elements.
KeywordsProcessing Element Query Processing Database Management System Query Optimizer Logic Programming Language
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