The creation of a database on a micro-computer network
Boynton, John G.
Nichols, Ronald G.
Lyons, Norman R.
Haga, William J.
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This thesis discusses the design and development of a central database on a network of microcomputers. It provides an overview of the methodology utilized in creating the system, along with the problems associated with a central database. The thesis includes the source listings for the creation of the system and a discussion of the difficulties of controlling contention within the networked database environment.
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