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dc.contributor.authorBrakovich, Andrei Igorevichen
dc.contributor.authorHassan, Alien
dc.identifier.citationBrakovich, A. I. The classification and brief analysis of existing developments for the search optimization in databases / A. I. Brakovich, A. Hassan // Труды БГТУ. Сер. 3, Физико-математические науки и информатика. - Минск : БГТУ, 2017. - № 2 (200). - С. 110-113ru
dc.description.abstractThe article is devoted to the classification and brief analysis of existing developments, which can be used to optimize the search database in the cloud. The growing demand for service providers offering a broad range of cloud computing services for large numbers of users all over the world, leading to increase in the number of applications, the purpose of which is to process large data sets. The operation of the database in the cloud leads to the need to find new search instruments. The present level of development of information technology makes real-time information resources available. In the article the description of query optimization in the cloud SQL type database, NoSQL type and architecturespecific solutions are given. For all methods advantages and disadvantages are presented. Common to all methods is the lack of synthetic nature of the results, that is, that the introduction of statistics obtained in artificial systems created just for testing approach. However, relatively to large number of studies for a fairly young field suggests that the problem is urgent and the optimization of such developments in the near future will be in
dc.subjectforms and methodsru
dc.subjectinformation technologiesru
dc.subjectcloud computingru
dc.subjectinformation resourcesru
dc.subjectбазы данныхru
dc.subjectпоисковые системыru
dc.titleThe classification and brief analysis of existing developments for the search optimization in databasesru
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