# Crate mz_transform

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Transformations for relation expressions.

This crate contains traits, types, and methods suitable for transforming
`MirRelationExpr`

types in ways that preserve semantics and improve performance.
The core trait is `Transform`

, and many implementors of this trait can be
boxed and iterated over. Some common transformation patterns are wrapped
as `Transform`

implementors themselves.

The crate also contains the beginnings of whole-dataflow optimization, which uses the same analyses but spanning multiple dataflow elements.

## Re-exports

`pub use dataflow::optimize_dataflow;`

## Modules

- Derived attributes framework and definitions.
- Transformations that bring relation expressions to their canonical form.
- Canonicalizes MFPs, e.g., performs CSE on the scalar expressions, eliminates identity MFPs.
- Transformations based on pulling information about individual columns from sources.
- Transformations that don’t fit into one of the
`canonicalization`

,`fusion`

,`movement`

, or`ordering`

buckets. - Common subexpression elimination.
- Whole-dataflow optimization
- Transformation based on pushing demand information about columns toward sources.
- Replace operators on constants collections with constant collections.
- Transformations that fuse together others of their kind.
- Determines the join implementation for join operators.
- See if there are predicates of the form
`<expr> = literal`

that can be sped up using an index. More specifically, look for an MFP on top of a Get, where the MFP has an appropriate filter, and the Get has a matching index. Convert these to`IndexedFilter`

joins, which is a semi-join with a constant collection. - Hoist literal values from maps wherever possible.
- Analysis to identify monotonic collections, especially TopK inputs.
- Transformations that move relation expressions up (lifting) and down (pushdown) the tree.
- Push non-null requirements toward sources.
- Harvests information about non-nullability of columns from sources.
- Normalize the structure of
`Let`

and`LetRec`

operators in expressions. - Normalize the structure of various operators.
- Transformations that impose a canonical order on the inputs of multi-input relation expressions.
- Pushes predicates down through other operators.
- Removes
`Reduce`

when the input has as unique keys the keys of the reduce. - Tries to convert a reduce around a join to a join of reduces. Also absorbs Map operators into Reduce operators.
- Remove redundant collections of distinct elements from joins.
- Remove semijoins that are applied multiple times to no further effect.
- Remove Threshold operators when we are certain no records have negative multiplicity.
- Check that the visible type of each query has not been changed
- Detects an input being unioned with its negation and cancels them out

## Macros

- Compute the conjunction of a variadic number of expressions.
- Compute the disjunction of a variadic number of expressions.

## Structs

- An
`IndexOracle`

that knows about no indexes. - A sequence of transformations iterated some number of times.
- A sequence of transformations that simplify the
`MirRelationExpr`

- A naive optimizer for relation expressions.
- Arguments that get threaded through all transforms.

## Enums

- Errors that can occur during a transformation.

## Statics

## Traits

- A trait for a type that can answer questions about what indexes exist.
- Types capable of transforming relation expressions.

## Functions

- Construct a normalizing transform that runs transforms that normalize the structure of the tree until a fixpoint.