Principles of Distributed Database Systems

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Introduces and explains the theory, algorithms, and methods that underlie distributed DBMS, emphasizing the principles that guide the design of such systems more than their use. Useful as a text for a one- or two-semester graduate-level course. The bibliography is extensive. Annotation copyright Boo

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INTRODUCTION
1
OVERVIEW OF RELATIONAL DBMS
17
REVIEW OF COMPUTER NETWORKS
42
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