By Edward Morenoff, John B. McLean
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 10 No. 3, Pages 149-154
A technique for organizing the devices of a computer storage system is described. This technique, called the multilevel store, provides a means for economically satisfying the requirements for very large storage capacities of certain data management and information retrieval systems. The concept of level changing is introduced and its application to the multilevel store is discussed. A possible means for physically organizing the information for efficient use of the multilevel store is presented.
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