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Dorok/etal/2017b: Efficiently Storing and Analyzing Genome Data in Database Systems

Bibtype Article
Bibkey Dorok/etal/2017b
Author Sebastian Dorok and Sebastian Breß and Jens Teubner and Horstfried Läpple and Gunter Saake and Volker Markl
Title Efficiently Storing and Analyzing Genome Data in Database Systems
Journal Datenbank-Spektrum
Abstract Genome-analysis enables researchers to detect mutations within genomes and deduce their consequences. Researchers need reliable analysis platforms to ensure reproducible and comprehensive analysis results. Database systems provide vital support to implement the required sustainable procedures. Nevertheless, they are not used throughout the complete genome-analysis process, because (1) database systems suffer from high storage overhead for genome data and (2) they introduce overhead during domain-specific analysis. To overcome these limitations, we integrate genome-specific compression into database systems using a specialized database schema. Thus, we can reduce the storage consumption of a database approach by up to 35%. Moreover, we exploit genome-data characteristics during query processing allowing us to analyze real-world data sets up to five times faster than specialized analysis tools and eight times faster than a straightforward database approach.
Month jun
Year 2017
Projekt SFB876-C5
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