Advances in Computers, Vol. 30 by Marshall C. Yovits

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Kurch, D. , Laurie, D. I W. S.. Milner, J. , Morgan, J. , Rinewalt, J. , and Stellhorn, W. H. The Design of System Architecture for Information Retrieval. Proc. Annu. Conf. A C M , pp. 38-43. Hollaar, L. A,, et al. Architecture and Operation of Large Full-Text Information Retrieval System. In “Advanced Data Base Machine Architecture (D. K. ), pp. 256-299. Hopcroft, J. , and Ullman, J. D. (1982). ” Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts. Hsiao, D. K. (1980). Data Base Computers. In “Advances in Computers” 19 (M.

Another problem is that if the redundant data changes-for instance, if the manager of the raw material supplier changes-that data has to be updated in each place where it appears. Clearly, this takes more time than in the non-redundant case. Finally, and most importantly, is the possible compromise of the integrity of the data. If some redundantly-held data changes and some, but not all, of the stored copies of it are updated, the company’s information is inconsistent. In fact, it is quite difficult to keep track of where redundant data is scattered across different files.

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