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Paper: A Universal NoSQL Engine Using MUMPS Global Persistent Variables

The guys behind GT.M (a system I’ve covered on rare occasions) have published and tried to popularize a paper describing the usage of MUMPS Global Persistent Variables[1] to model and store the different types of NoSQL databases: key-value stores, columnar stores, document databases, and graph databases.

According to the paper, available ☞ here and embedded below, both GT.M and InterSystems Caché have been using this technology for quite a while.

Any thoughts about this paper?

Original title and link: Paper: A Universal NoSQL Engine Using MUMPS Global Persistent Variables (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)