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Estimating a Size of Joining a Relation with itself
I'm studying size estimation of logical query plans in order to select a physical query plan. I was wondering what is the size of joining (natural join) a relation to itself? e.g R(a,b) JOIN R(a,b)
Nov 23 '13 at 2:19
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