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You should take a look at SciDB - a database designed for precisely this use case. It has as as its major driver Michael Stonebraker, a man who knows a lot about databases - it would be an exaggeration to say that he's been involved with more database systems than most people have had hot dinners, but not by much :-)! "including Ingres, Illustra, Cohera, ...


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Date dimensions are pretty standard in a data warehouse, and are highly recommended by Kimball as most facts tie to a date. Typically, the key is an integer. It can be a meaningless surrogate key, or it can be a "smart" key where the integer is in the form yyyymmdd; e.g., the key for August 2, 2014 would be 20140802. Date dimensions provide a set of ...



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