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An architecture for a distributed deductive database system
Proceedings of TENCON '93. IEEE Region 10 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Automation
This paper presents a three level architecture for a distributed deductive database system which extends the power of distributed database systems to include deductive capabilities. It allows both knowledge-based and data-based information to be phared by the sites of a computer network in order to process user queries. The benefits and the possible ways of segregating the rulebase into different clusters are also discussed.doi:10.1109/tencon.1993.319962 fatcat:5wpvkqp5hzayvo4ystesfzbuvq