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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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1.In a distributed database system, each site is typically managed by a DBMS that is dependent on the other sites.
2.Distributed database systems arose from the need to offer local database autonomy at geographically distributed locations.
3.The main aim of client/server architecture is to utilise the processing power on the desktop while retaining the best aspects of centralised data processing.
4.Distributed transaction atomicity property enables users to ask queries without specifying where the reference relations, or copies or fragments of the relations, are located.
5.Distributed data independence property enables users to write transactions that access and update data at several sites just as they would write transactions ...

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