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CSE 512 Assignment 1
Maximum points Possible – 10
The required task is to simulate data partitioning approaches on-top of an open source relational database
management system (i.e., PostgreSQL) and build a simplified query processor that access data from the
generated partitions. Each student must generate a set of Python functions that load the input data into a
relational table, partition the table using different horizontal fragmentation approaches, insert new tuples
into the right fragment, and perform query on various fragments.
Input Data: The input data is a Movie Rating data set collected from the MovieLens web site
(http://movielens.org). The raw data is available in the file ratings.dat.
The rating.dat file contains 10 million ratings and 100,000 tag applications applied to 10,000 movies by
72,000 users. Each line of this file represents one rating of one movie by one user, and has the following
format:

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CSE 512 Assignment 1
Maximum points Possible – 10
The required task is to simulate data partitioning approaches on-top of an open source relational database
management system (i.e., PostgreSQL) and build a simplified query processor that access data from the
generated partitions. Each student must generate a set of Python functions that load the input data into a
relational table, partition the table using different horizontal fragmentation approaches, insert new tuples
into the right fragment, and perform query on various fragments.
Input Data: The input data is a Movie Rating data set collected from the MovieLens web site
(http://movielens.org). The raw data is available in the file ratings.dat.
The rating.dat file contains 10 million ratings and 100,000 tag applications applied to 10,000 movies by
72,000 users. Each line of this file represents one rating of one movie by one user, and has the following
format:
UserID::MovieID::Rating::Timestamp
Ratings are made on a 5-star scale, with half-star increments. Timestamps represent seconds since midnight
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) of January 1, 1970. A sample of the file contents is given below:
1::122::5::838985046
1::185::5::838983525
1::231::5::838983392
Required Task: Below are the steps you need to follow to fulfill this assignment requirements:
1. Install PostgreSQL.
2. Install Python3.x if it is not installed.
3. Install module psycopg2 for python3.x
4. Download rating.dat file from the MovieLens website: http://files.grouplens.org/datasets/movielens/ml10m.zip
You can use partial data for testing.
5. Implement a Python function loadRatings() that takes a file system path that contains the rating file as
input. loadRatings() then load all ratings into a table (saved in PostgreSQL) named ratings that has the
following schema
userid(int) – movieid(int) – rating(float)
For your testing, we provide test_data.txt which provides a small fraction of rating.dat file. Be noted that
we will use a larger dataset during evaluation. Also note that we don’t load timestamps of ratings.
6. Implement a Python function rangePartition() that takes as input: (1) the Ratings table stored in
PostgreSQL and (2) an integer value N; that represents the number of partitions. Then, rangePartition()
generates N horizontal fragments of the ratings table and store them in PostgreSQL. The algorithm should
partition the ratings table based on N uniform ranges of the rating attribute.
7. Implement a Python function roundRobinPartition() that takes as input: (1) the ratings table stored in
PostgreSQL and (2) an integer value N; that represents the number of partitions. The function then generates
N horizontal fragments of the ratings table and stores them in PostgreSQL. The algorithm should partition
the ratings table using the round robin partitioning approach (explained in class).
8. Implement a Python function roundRobinInsert() that takes as input: (1) ratings table stored in
PostgreSQL, (2) userid, (3) itemid, (4) rating. Then, roundRobinInsert() inserts a new tuple to the ratings
table and the right fragment based on the round robin approach.
9. Implement a Python function rangeInsert() that takes as input: (1) ratings table stored in PostgreSQL (2)
userid, (3) itemid, (4) rating. Then, rangeInsert() inserts a new tuple to the ratings table and the correct
fragment (of the partitioned ratings table) based upon the rating value.
10. Implement a Python function rangeQuery() that takes as input: (1) RatingMinValue (2) RatingMaxValue
(3) openconnection (4) outputPath. Please note that the rangeQuery would not use ratings table but it would
use the range and round robin partitions of the ratings table. Then, rangeQuery() returns all tuples for which
the rating value is larger than or equal to RatingMinValue and less than or equal to RatingMaxValue. The
returned tuples should be stored in outputPath. Each line represents a tuple that has the following format
such that PartitionName represents the full name of the partition i.e. RangeRatingsPart1 or
RoundRobinRatingsPart4 etc. in which this tuple resides.
PartitionName, UserID, MovieID, Rating
Example:
range_ratings_part0,1,377,0.5
round_robin_ratings_part1,1,377,0.5
Note: Please use ‘,’ (COMMA, no space character) as delimiter between PartitionName, UserID, MovieID
and Rating.
10. Implement a Python function pointQuery that takes as input: (1) RatingValue. (2) openconnection (3)
outputPath. Please note that the pointQuery would not use ratings table but it would use the range and round
robin partitions of the ratings table. Then, pointQuery() returns all tuples for which the rating value is equal
to RatingValue. The returned tuples should be stored in outputPath. Each line represents a tuple that has the
following format such that PartitionName represents the full name of the partition i.e. RangeRatingsPart1
or RoundRobinRatingsPart4 etc. in which this tuple resides.
PartitionName, UserID, MovieID, Rating
Example
range_ratings_part3,23,459,3.5
round_robin_ratings_part4,31,221,0
Note: Please use ‘,’ (COMMA, no space character) as delimiter between PartitionName, UserID,
MovieID and Rating.
Partitioning Questions:
The number of partitions here refer to the number of tables to be created. For rating values in [0, 0.5, 1, 1.5,
2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5]
Case N = 1, One table containing all the values.
Case N = 2, Two tables
Partition 0 has values [0,2.5]
Partition 1 has values (2.5,5]
Case N = 3, Three tables
Partition 0 has values [0, 1.67]
Partition 1 has values (1.67, 3.34]
Partition 2 has values (3.34, 5]
Uniform ranges means a region is divided uniformly, I hope the example gives a clear picture.
Assignment Tips!
• Partition numbers start from 0, if there are 3 partitions then range_ratings_part0, range_ratings_part1,
range_ratings_part2 are partition table names for range partitions and round_robin_ratings_part0,
round_robin_ratings_part1, round_robin_ratings_part2 are partition table names for round robin
partitions.
• Do not change partition table names prefix given in tester1.py
• Do not hard code input filename.
• Please use the same database name, table name, user name and password as provided in the assignment to
keep it consistent.
• Do not import anything from testHelper1.py and tester1 files. These files are provided only for your testing
purpose. If you import anything from these files, your submission will raise error in our test environment
which will result in 0 point.
• Please make sure to run the provided tester and make sure there is no indentation error in your submission.
In case of any compilation error, 0 marks will be given.
• For any case of doubt in the assignment, PLEASE USE Discussion Boards, Individual mails would not
be entertained.
• The output file should have the exactly same format with the sample. The grading is based on string
comparison. One mismatch will cause 1 point loss, two mismatch will cause 2 points loss, etc.
• Pay attention to the outputPath. If you output the result to a different path, the grading script will not be
able to locate your file. You will get 0 point.
• Do not use global variables in your implementation. Global variable is allowed only for storing two
prefixes: RANGE_TABLE_PREFIX and RROBIN_TABLE_PREFIX provided in tester1.py file. You
can declare these two global variables in Interface1.py file also. No other global variable is allowed. Metadata table in the database is allowed.
• You are not allowed to modify the data file on disk.
• Two insert functions can be called many times at any time. They are designed for maintaining the tables
in the database when insertions happen.
• Test cases provided in tester1.py file are for your testing only. We will use more test cases during
evaluation. So, think about critical test cases during your implementation.
• Use Python 3.x version.
Submission Instructions:
• Only submit the Interface1.py file. Do not change the file name. Do not put it into a folder or upload
a zip.
• Multiple submissions are allowed. Only the latest submission will be graded. No late submission is
accepted.
Note:-
Failure to follow the instructions provided in the document will result in the loss of the points.