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Using a prioritized MAC protocol to execute the database operation join in networked embedded computer systems

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4 Author(s)
Andersson, B. ; Hurray Res. Unit, Polytech. Inst. of Porto, Porto, Portugal ; Pereira, N. ; Tovar, E. ; Pacheco, F.

Database query languages on relations (for example SQL) make it possible to join two relations. This operation is very common in desktop/server database systems but unfortunately query processing systems in networked embedded computer systems currently do not support this operation; specifically, the query processing systems TAG, TinyDB, Cougar do not support this. We show how a prioritized medium access control (MAC) protocol can be used to efficiently execute the database operation join for networked embedded computer systems where all computer nodes are in a single broadcast domain.

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Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems (WISES), 2010 8th Workshop on

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8-9 July 2010

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