## The Approach of Relational Synthesis (Bottom-up ..

N2 - This paper addresses relational database design using the concept of functional dependencies (FDs). The classical synthesis approach processes a given set of functional dependencies to produce one minimal cover. This cover is then used to develop a relational schema; however, a given set of FDs may have more than one minimal cover. In turn, different minimal covers may give rise to different relational schemata. An enhancement is proposed to the traditional synthesis algorithm that aids in efficiently determining all minimal covers for a given set of functional dependencies. The algorithm has been implemented using Turbo Pascal on an IBM PC/AT. The performance of this algorithm is compared with that of the traditional synthesis algorithm.

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## Deep Feature Synthesis, the algorithm that will …

This paper describes implementation of the Electroencephalogram data using Discrete Wavelet Transform and it's inverse.

**Key words: **Electroencephalogram, Epilepsy, Discrete Wavelet Transform, Analysis and Synthesis filters

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## Dynamo: Amazon’s Highly Available Key-value Store

The system is actually much larger in scope than whathas been examined in this paper, as it also provides support for specificationelaboration / specification validation / specification maintenance / algorithmtransformation / algorithm implementation (into / ...

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AB - This paper addresses relational database design using the concept of functional dependencies (FDs). The classical synthesis approach processes a given set of functional dependencies to produce one minimal cover. This cover is then used to develop a relational schema; however, a given set of FDs may have more than one minimal cover. In turn, different minimal covers may give rise to different relational schemata. An enhancement is proposed to the traditional synthesis algorithm that aids in efficiently determining all minimal covers for a given set of functional dependencies. The algorithm has been implemented using Turbo Pascal on an IBM PC/AT. The performance of this algorithm is compared with that of the traditional synthesis algorithm.

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Thispaper presents the design of a wide range voltagecontrolled oscillator, a wide range high speed fullyprogrammable integer N prescaler, a phasefrequency detector (PFD), an accurate chargepump and a loop filter which entails an entire48MHz to 992MHz frequency synthesizer.

**Key words: **Blind zone, CML Logic, Cycle Slip,Dead zone, Prescalar

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[1] R Jakob Baker, Harry W Li, David E Boyce, "CMOS Circuit Design Layout and Simulation", (Prentice Hall if India, 2003), Ch.

## CVPR 2017 papers on the web - Papers

We submitted the technology for publication in SOSP because many of the techniques used in Dynamo originate in the operating systems and distributed systems research of the past years; DHTs, consistent hashing, versioning, vector clocks, quorum, anti-entropy based recovery, etc. As far as I know Dynamo is the first production system to use the synthesis of all these techniques, and there are quite a few lessons learned from doing so. The paper is mainly about these lessons.