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ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТИ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ МЕТОДА НИСХОДЯЩЕЙ ДЕНОРМАЛИЗАЦИИ С ЦЕЛЬЮ УСТРАНЕНИЯ ХЭШ-СОЕДИНЕНИЯ ОТНОШЕНИЙ

Левицкий Андрей Александрович
Севастопольский государственный университет
студент магистратуры

Аннотация
В настоящей статье рассматривается один из методов реструктуризации отношений БД – нисходящая денормализация. Приводится алгоритм расчета стоимости выполнения операции соединения по хэшу и условие, при котором денормализация приводит к увеличению производительности выполнения запроса. Проводится сравнения эффективности метода денормализации в различных системах управления БД.

Ключевые слова: запрос SQL, методы соединения, нисходящая денормализация, реляционная база данных, СУБД


INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING THE METHOD OF DESCENDING DENORMALIZATION IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE THE HASH JOIN

Levitskii Andrei Aleksandrovich
Sevastopol State University

Abstract
This article discusses one of the methods for restructuring database relations - descending denormalization. An algorithm for calculating the cost of performing a join operation by a hash and a condition under which denormalization leads to an increase in query performance are given. Comparisons of the efficiency of the denormalization method in various database management systems are made.

Keywords: DBMS, descending denormalization, join methods, relational database, SQL query


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Библиографическая ссылка на статью:
Левицкий А.А. Investigation of the effectiveness of using the method of descending denormalization in order to eliminate the hash join // Современные научные исследования и инновации. 2021. № 5 [Электронный ресурс]. URL: https://web.snauka.ru/issues/2021/05/95533 (дата обращения: 07.10.2021).

Descending denormalization refers to the process of adding non-key attributes of a parent relationship to a child relationship in order to eliminate the join operation. This method is used when it is often necessary to display the non-key attribute of the parent relationship and the attributes of the child relationship [1].

The process of restructuring database relations by the method of downward denormalization can be described by the following formulas [2]:





where  - the relation  after restructuring,
A – set of relations attributes,
 – attribute added to relation ,
 - set of  attribute values,
D – a set of hierarchical links between relations,
F – a set of functional dependencies between attributes,
B – set of non-key relations attributes,
 – foreign key defining the dependency .

To obtain information containing attributes from the relations R and S, it is necessary to execute a query of the form:

,
where L(b)  – subset of non-key attributes of the relation R,
L(S) – a subset of the attributes of the relation S,
 – the primary key of the relation R,
 – the foreign key of the relationship S to determine its relationship with the relationship R.

After restructuring by decending denormalization, the query to get the same information looks like this:

where  – subset of non-key attributes of the relation R, duplicated in relation to S’.

For denormalization to be effective the inequality must be satisfied

where C1 – the cost of executing the modified request,
C2 – the cost of executing the original request.
The cost refers to the number of blocks that must be read from the disk. Thus, C1 will be equal to the number of blocks that the denormalized ratio occupies [3].
The hash join is performed in two steps. In the first step, called linking, both relationships are partitioned according to some hash function that gives uniformly distributed random values. In this case, each equivalent section of the connected relations must have the same values of the connected attributes. At the second stage, called the breakdown, each of the sections of one of the relations is read (as a rule, a smaller section is selected), and matches are found in the equivalent section of the second relation [4, p. 755].
If we assume that the partition does not overflow during the build stage and the entire hash table is placed in RAM, then the cost of the hash join operation can be calculated using the following formula:

This formula takes into account the need to read the relations R and S when they are partitioned, write each of the resulting partitions to disk, and re-read each of the sections of the relations R and S to find the corresponding rows.
If the partitioning of relations cannot be performed in a single pass (, where buff – the size of the buffer for performing the hash join operation), a recursive partitioning algorithm must be used. In this case, the cost estimate can be expressed using the formula:

To confirm the findings, an experiment was conducted using a database designed for statistical accounting in a bookstore. The database contains the tables “Books” (R) and “Customers” (S). The first table stores data about the book: title, author, number of pages, and cost. The second one contains information about customers. The second table includes a foreign key to link to the first one. Periodically, a report is compiled for, the indicators of which are determined for all buyers and separately for those who purchased books of a value higher than a certain one. To calculate the number of customers, it will be necessary to join the two tables. When you include the “cost” (b) column in the “Customers” table, the join operation is no longer required.
The experiment was performed with a different number of tuples in the “Customers” table: 20000, 40000, and 60000 tuples. The results were averaged over 10 experiments in Oracle DB, PostgreSQL, and MySQL.

Table 1 – The dependence of the query execution time on the number of tuples of relations

                     DBMS

 

Number of tuples

Oracle

PostgreSQL MySQL
Norm Denorm Norm Denorm Norm

Denorm

20000 30ms 23ms 44ms 26ms 385ms 165ms
40000 45ms 33ms 56ms 36ms 438ms 219ms
60000 55ms 44ms 78ms 49ms 481ms 272ms

References
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