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Client-Server Model Haroon

@inproceedings{Oluwatosin2014ClientServerMH,
  title={Client-Server Model Haroon},
  author={Shakirat Oluwatosin},
  year={2014}
}
Clientserver is a system that performs both the functions of client and server so as to promote the sharing of information between them. It allows many users to have access to the same database at the same time, and the database will store much information. This paper will provide information about client-server model in terms of its introduction, architecture, recent development and issues. 

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