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CPSC 461
Future of DBMS
Marina L. Gavrilova
The future of DBMS
Overview
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What is DBMS now
How DBMS was viewed before
Current trends and developments
Future directions of research
What is DBMS?
Wikepedia definition of DBMS:
(1) Is a set of programs that enables you to
store, modify, and extract information from
a database, it also provides users with tools
to add, delete, access, modify, and analyze
data stored in one location;
(2) Active research area;
(3) A multibillion dollar business.
Old DBMS
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Old DBMS:
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Stand-alone,
Static, non-interactive,
Very limited representing interaction
between objects,
Confusing set of data models,
Independent application
Current DBMS
Parallel
 Distributed
 Information visualization + HCI support
 Capable of learning and supporting decisionmaking process
 Enabling
 Supports transition: data->information
->knowledge->wisdom
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Motivation
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Organizations are relying less on their own
data automation and more on sharing.
Portability of the data is a key component to
finding and evaluating data and facilitating
data transfer.
New data models / structures emerge to
better represent different phenomena.
Extremely large data set problem becoming a
crucial one.
Security and privacy play pivotal role.
Related topics
• interoperability
• integration
• general type data (megadata)
• distributed systems
• decision support systems
• fuzzy datasets
• visualization
Trends in data storage
Society is collecting and storing more information in a digital form
There is better access to information for everyone, both within
organizations and outside organizations (i.e. public access)
Trends in Integrated systems
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New query
languages
New inter-related
systems
New interfaces
Extensive set of
tools for data
analysis, query and
representation
Trends in web searching
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Graphic searchers
Multimedia database
New methods for
information
similarity
Adaptive learning
Data mining
Trends in on-line search
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User behavioral
patterns
Visual context
Social profiles
Multiple contexts
User
preference/profiling
Trends in privacy and security
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Encryption
Combination of
different security
mechanisms
Data privacy
Policies in addition
to backup/recovery
Future trends
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Integration (multiple formats, multiple
databases)
Accessibility (anytime, anywhere)
Reliability (no data loss)
Proper display of data (advanced
graphics methods)
Real-time access
Future trends
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Real-time decision support
Information visualization and 3D modeling
Tracking DB development on-line
Data exchange between different
applications/vendors
Virtual and augmented reality
Intelligent Decision support and cognitive
methods for data analysis
Future Interfaces
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Scientific visualization tools
Automated vision tools
Fourth dimension
Advanced spatial analysis tools (e.g. S+)
Beyond the WIMP (windows, icons, menus and
pointers) Desktop
High Interactivity
Multisensory input
Multisensory output
Touch free displays
What’s next?
“ Computing is not about computers any
more. It is about living.”
Nicholas Negroponte Founding Director of MIT’s Media Being
Digital (1995)
Future is in your hands!
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