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February 2012

Comparing the Performance of Object and Object Relational Database Systems on Objects of Varying Complexity

Kalantari, R & Bryant, C 2012, Comparing the Performance of Object and Object Relational Database Systems on Objects of Varying Complexity, in: MacKinnon, L (ed.), '27th British National Conference on Databases', Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp.72-83. Conference details: The 27th British National Conference on Databases, Dundee, Scoltand, UK, July 2010..

Abstract

This is the first published work to compare the performance of object and object relational database systems based on the object's complexity. The findings of this research show that the performance of object and object relational database systems are related to the complexity of the object in use. Object relational databases have better performance compared to object databases for fundamental database operations, with the exception of insert operations, on objects with low and medium complexity. For objects with high complexity, the object relational databases have better performance for update and delete operations.

Notes

Volume 6121 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science

http://www.springer.com/978-3-642-25703-2

Authors

SEEK Members

External Authors

R Kalantari

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Non-SEEK Editors

L. MacKinnon

Publication Details

Conference Proceedings
Kalantari, & Bryant, C eds. 2012, 27th British National Conference on Databases, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp.72-83.

Conference Details
The 27th British National Conference on Databases, Dundee, Scoltand, UK, July 2010.