There is an excellent paper on cube partitioning strategies called "Parallelizing The Data Cube (Journal Version)" from F. Dehne, T. Eavis, S. Hambrusch, A. Rau-Chaplin. See link below:
There is good paper on horizontal and vertical partitioning strategies for SQL Server written in February 1997 by Robert D. Schneider called: Horizontal and Vertical Partitioning. See link below:
Another paper provides an overview of Vertical Partitioning on Object Oriented databases. See link below:
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