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Front Matter Pages i-xix. Pages Distributed Database Design.
Database Integration. Data and Access Control.
Overview of Query Processing. Query Decomposition and Data Localization. Optimization of Distributed Queries. Multidatabase Query Processing.
Introduction to Transaction Management. Distributed Concurrency Control. Data Replication.
Parallel Database Systems. Distributed Object Database Management.
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