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VisualCloud: A DBMS for Virtual Reality

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By Brandon Haynes, Artem Minyaylov, Magdalena Balazinska, Luis Ceze and Alvin Cheung of the University of Washington Our ability to collect videos en masse can revolutionize how we interact with the world by enabling powerful virtual reality (VR) video applications … Continue reading

ISTC Releases Open Source Code for S-Store Transactional Streaming System

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By John Meehan and Stan Zdonik, Brown University & Nesime Tatbul, Intel Labs and MIT Today, the ISTC for Big Data released the first version of our S-Store transactional stream processing system. S-Store is open-source software and available for download … Continue reading

Intel and the ISTC for Big Data (2012-2017): A Powerful Collaboration

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By Jeff Parkhurst, Ph.D. and Timothy G. Mattson, Ph.D., Intel  The year 2012 was arguably the year that Big Data went mainstream. Data was being hailed as a new class of economic asset, similar to currency or gold, from the … Continue reading

Solving the “One Concurrency Control Does Not Fit All” Problem for OLTP Databases

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By Dixin Tang and Aaron J. Elmore, University of Chicago In this post, we present a new transactional database system that adaptively changes data organization and concurrency control protocols in response to workload changes. With the increasing memory sizes of … Continue reading

Improving Clinical Decision-Making with Big Data

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An Interview with Peter Szolovits, MIT CSAIL Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals have always had to “read” and respond quickly to often-imperfect data under stressful circumstances. What has changed over time is the volume and types of data that … Continue reading

ISTC Releases Open Source Code for BigDAWG Polystore System

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By Dr. Tim Mattson, Intel and Dr. Vijay Gadepally and Kyle O’Brien, MIT Lincoln Laboratory Today, the ISTC for Big Data released the first version of BigDAWG, our polystore system for simplifying integration and analytics of disparate data at scale. BigDAWG is … Continue reading

ISTC Researchers Present Work at NEDB Day 2017

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ISTC for Big Data principal investigators, researchers and their students presented work at North East Database Day 2017, held at MIT’s Stata Center in Cambridge, Mass., on January 27, 2017. Microsoft and Facebook sponsored the event. The 9th Annual North East … Continue reading

NVMRocks: RocksDB on Non-Volatile Memory Systems

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By Jianhong Li (CMU), Andrew Pavlo (CMU), and Siying Dong (Facebook) Non-volatile memory (NVM) has been a game-changing memory technology. In contrast to traditional block-based durable storage devices, it provides low latency comparable to DRAM and byte-addressability. Although NVM is … Continue reading

Supercharging Big Data Research with New England’s Fastest Supercomputer

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An Interview with Jeremy Kepner of MIT Lincoln Laboratory MIT recently announced that the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) system, housed in Holyoke, Massachusetts, has been ranked the most powerful supercomputer in New England. We caught up with ISTC … Continue reading

ISTC for Big Data 2016 Research Highlights

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In 2016, ISTC for Big Data principal investigators, researchers and their students continued to break down the barriers to data analytics at scale, with creative new approaches and infrastructure software. Developments are being integrated into BigDAWG, the next-generation polystore architecture … Continue reading

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