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In this episode we explain in more detail how queries can be evaluated in in-memory DBMS and how intermediate results are handled.
Errata: Minute 2:26: Prof. Plattner says 447, but means 357. Afterwards, we materialize 357 and 443, which is Berlin and Bonn.