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    • A comparison of historical relational query languages 

      Tansel, A. U.; Tin, E. (ASME, 1994)
      We introduce a historical relational data model in which N1NF relations are used and 1-level of nesting is allowed. Attributes can either be atomic or temporal atom. An atomic attribute represents a time invariant attribute. ...
    • Database research at Bilkent University 

      Ulusoy, Ö. (ACM, 2005)
      The research activities of the Database Research Group of Bilkent University are discussed. The research is mainly focused on the topics of multimedia databases, Web databases, and mobile computing. The Ottoman Archive ...
    • Implications of non-volatile memory as primary storage for database management systems 

      Mustafa, N. U.; Armejach, A.; Ozturk, O.; Cristal, A.; Unsal, O. S. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017)
      Traditional Database Management System (DBMS) software relies on hard disks for storing relational data. Hard disks are cheap, persistent, and offer huge storage capacities. However, data retrieval latency for hard disks ...
    • On Roth, Korth, and Silberschatz's extended algebra and calculus for nested relational databases 

      Tansel, A. U.; Garnett, Lucy (1992)
      We discuss the issues encountered in the extended algebra and calculus languages for nested relations defined by Roth, Korth, and Silberschatz. Their equivalence proof between algebra and calculus fails because of the ...