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Data Replication for the Distributed Database using Decision Support Systems

@inproceedings{Virk2013DataRF,
  title={Data Replication for the Distributed Database using Decision Support Systems},
  author={Rajinder Singh Virk and Dr. Gurvinder Singh},
  year={2013}
}
Replication is a topic of interest in the distributed computing, distributed systems, and database communities. Decision support systems became practical with the development of minicomputer, timeshare operating systems and distributed computing. Replicated data may get insufficient due to system failure, fault tolerance, and reliability. A partial Replication is quantized in the replication system will increase the non replicated system. Fault tolerance is the property that enables a system… 

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