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Follow us on: Oracle Blog Blog Friday, March 4, 2013 Getting on the bus In the previous post we reviewed the idea of the bus. In this post we will present the methodology for getting on the bus. The methodology that we are going to present is based on machine learning. Machine learning is a body of techniques that allow us to make computer systems learn, or transform them to learn. We’ll show how it can be applied for the purpose of learning from a database and some system metrics such as line count, length of queries and so forth. The bus When we started this work, we have to define the following attributes for the bus: Its name Its stopping point (it is the last attribute that we have to define. The bus has to be stopping when it reaches the fixed point. That is it has to have a certain fixed point to stop. Its route (we can define more than one, but we’ll limit the number of routes to 2) Its routes starting point Its routes finishing point Its route name Its priority The software engineering world have a tool called “bus” that is used for the database administration. Bus is more of a task manager rather than an administrative tool. For example, if you need to create a table, a new table will be created in the current database. But if the table is already there, the task will be created using the “bus” command. If you don’t want to create a table using the “bus” command you can create the table with the “create table” command or with the SQL itself. There is no fixed process that will create a table on demand, but you have to configure the database itself. After we have defined the attributes of the bus, we can think about the relationships that the bus has. First we will list some examples of the relationships that bus can have. It can stop at more than one route. Example: for the table creation, we want to create a new table and we want it to have a given priority. We can achieve this through a bus route with two stopping points. It can have different priorities. Example: the bus route for table creation has priority 1, and the bus route for a stored procedure creation has priority 2. It can have different route names. Example:

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