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    STUDIA INFORMATICA - Issue no. Sp.Issue 2 / 2009  

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  Abstract:  The design of Distributed Databases relational (DDBs) or object oriented (DOODs) involve two major steps: fragmentation and data allocation. These two steps have always been difficult to apprehend and conduct by the average database administrator. It comes to no surprise that there aren`t many implementations of real true distributed databases as the design process is often too complex. When a database fragmentation is designed it is difficult to asses the quality of the obtained fragments before the actual implementation is in place. In the following we present a comparative evaluation on the quality of fragmentation on DOODs in the context of cluster based horizontal fragmentation.

Key words and phrases. distributed databases, design, evaluation, object oriented.

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