Re: Reinventing the TransRelational Model?

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Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 15:36:21 +0300
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"paul c" <> wrote in message news:COg%f.6890$7a.3032_at_pd7tw1no...

> Yes, it was the Universal Btree that I was thinking of. When I looked
> at it, it didn't make much sense for my purpose which was memory-based.
> Like the ctree, it also depends on a fair amount of cpu horsepower as
> well as being a 'two-stage search' (my words). However, I was impressed
> by it, very elegant and it seems that Bayer's imaginative powers haven't
> been dimished.

For an ilustration of a new (2001) state of the art sorting algorithm see :-)
I don't know if is patented. Received on Thu Apr 13 2006 - 14:36:21 CEST

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