Date of Award

8-1-2018

Degree Name

Master of Science

Department

Computer Science

First Advisor

Hou, Wen

Second Advisor

Hexmoor, Henry

Abstract

The remarkable spread of rational databases in different fields has reached a lot of successes that attracts experts to use them instead of web databases and hierarchical databases. Rational databases rely on spreading data among set of interrelated. By matching join attribute values, i.e., performing equi-join operations, relationships among tuples can be reconstructed. Joins are considered the most important operations. However, are also arguably the most expensive operations. In this thesis, we discuss how to select relations to co-cluster to obtain the maximal benefit and maintenance of co-clustered relations.

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