A research report on the laboratory for database systems research : past, present and future*
Demurjian, Steven A.
Hsiao, David K.
Lum, Vincent Y.
Madison, Dana E.
Marshall, Roger G.
Wu, C. Thomas
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The Laboratory for Database Systems Research at the Naval Postgraduate School is devoted to research and experimentation on a wide-range of database topics. The major goal of the Laboratory is to maintain a constantly evolving environment that can be utilized by professors and students to conduct research. In this paper, we report on our past, present and future research efforts at the Laboratory for Database Systems Research. The past and present research that we report on is in four major areas, architectures for high-performance database computers, portable database systems, user interfaces for database systems, and methodologies for database systems. The future research we report on is in three areas, real-time database computers, multi-model databases systems, and multi-medium database systems. In all of our discussions, our main focus is on providing an overview of why we do our research with the secondary and rather limited focus on the actual details of the research
NPS Report NumberNPS52-86-013
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