Portland State University. Department of Computer Science
Karen L. Karavanic
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science
Query languages (Computer science), Parallel processing (Electronic computers), Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing
1 online resource (vi, 72 pages)
This thesis details PPerfXchange’s approach for querying geographically dispersed heterogeneous data stores. While elements of PPerfXchange’s method have been implemented for other application areas, PPerfXchange shows how these elements can be applied to parallel performance analysis. The accomplishments of this thesis are:
- The design of an architecture for PPerfXchange, giving a uniform method to query heterogeneous data stores;
- A proof of concept prototype implementation of PPerfXchange including a partial implementation of an XQuery processor and a relational database virtual XML document; and
- Evaluation of PPerfXchange using example parallel performance analysis data.
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Colgrove, Matthew Edward, "Querying Geographically Dispersed, Heterogeneous Data Stores: The PPerfXchange Approach" (2002). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2665.