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39 40 44 45 45 48 50 53 55 58 60 62 64 65 71 72 74 76 80 81 82 82 Introduction The technological milieu of electronic data processing. with us for about 45 years at this point. has been characterized by the most rapid rate of technical development and advancement that mankind has ever seen. The improvements made in computer processing speeds. storage capacity. programming sophistication. and so on. have been truly awesome . But in the midst of these rapid and frequent developments. a very important shift in emphasis has been ' Sections 2 and 3 of this chapter are adapted and reprinted by permission of the publisher from Communications of the A C M .
Such an emphasis is mainly due to the current advances in technology which have enabled the migration of the software functions into the hardware. SPECIALIZED PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES FOR TEXTUAL DATABASES 31 Three different schemes of hardware implementation of an efficient term comparator for specialized backend text retrieval architectures were discussed. The three schemes show considerable variation in their ability to efficiently support the basic functions required in text retrieval (Table I).
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