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Chapter 3: Distributed Database Design

Design problem of distributed systems: Making decisions about the placement of data and programs across the sites of a computer network as well as possibly designing the network itself.• In DDBMS, the distribution of applications involves– Distribution of the DDBMS software– Distribution of applications that run on the database• Distribution of applications will not be considered in the ...[Show More]

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Category: Class notes
Published By: ARP
Published On: 1 year ago
Number of pages: 44
Language: English

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