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System M Derived in SQL Server ?


System M Derived in SQL Server ?

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karthik M
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I have recently read the below articles.

https://www.simple-talk.com/sql/performance/join-reordering-and-bushy-plans/

http://www.benjaminnevarez.com/2010/06/optimizing-join-orders/


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Query_optimizer

Most query optimizers determine join order via a dynamic programming algorithm pioneered by IBM's System R database project[citation needed].


how about sqlserver , sybase & oracle?


Historically, System-R derived query optimizers would often only consider left-deep query plans, which first join two base tables together, then join the intermediate result with another base table, and so on. This heuristic reduces the number of plans that need to be considered (n! instead of 4^n)


sql server = System-R derived query optimizers ?


If System-R is derived on SqlServer, How "Bushy Plan" is implemented in SQL Server? it seems like by-passing the System-R properties?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_System_R
I am not that much clear abou System_R. what exactly the role of System_R in DB?

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I am eager to now...any inputs?

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The post topic is System-R.

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A good overview of System-R:

http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~brewer/cs262/SystemR.pdf

As to how the System-R design principal rippled through to Oracle and Sybase ( and later SQL Server), I'm afraid I don't have much insight. While a lot of the basic relational principals have remained, the various vendors have differentiated themselves by their optimization and indexing methodologies.



And then again, I might be wrong ...
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