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README.md

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Search on Sorted Data Benchmark

Build Status

SOSD is a benchmark to compare (learned) index structures on equality lookup performance over densely packed, sorted data. It comes with state-of-the-art baseline implementations to compare against and many datasets to compare on. Each dataset consists of 200 million to 800 million 32-bit or 64-bit unsigned integers.

Usage instructions

We provide a number of scripts to automate things. Each is located in the scripts directory, but should be executed from the repository root.

Running the benchmark

  • scripts/download.sh downloads and stores required data from the Internet
  • scripts/build_rmis.sh compiles and builds the RMIs for each dataset
    • scripts/download_rmis.sh will download pre-built RMIs instead, which may be faster. You'll need to run build_rmis.sh if you want to measure build times on your platform.
  • scripts/prepare.sh constructs query workloads and compiles the benchmark
  • scripts/execute.sh executes the benchmark on each workload, storing the results in results

Build times can be long, as we make aggressive use of templates to ensure we do not accidentally measure vtable lookup time. For development, this can be annoying: you can set USE_FAST_MODE in config.h to disable some features and get a faster build time.

Cite

If you use this benchmark in your own work, please cite our paper:

@article{sosd,
  title={SOSD: A Benchmark for Learned Indexes},
  author={Kipf, Andreas and Marcus, Ryan and van Renen, Alexander and Stoian, Mihail and Kemper, Alfons and Kraska, Tim and Neumann, Thomas},
  journal={NeurIPS Workshop on Machine Learning for Systems},
  year={2019}
}
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