Managing Network Access to a Distributed Database


Morris, P., & Sagalowicz, D. (1977, May). Managing network access to a distributed data base. In Proc. 2nd Berkeley Workshop on Distributed Data Management and Computer Networks, Berkeley, Calif.


This paper describes a program, FAM – for File Access Manager –, used to access to data distributed over a computer network. FAM is a part of a system which allows a casual user to express queries in a restricted subset of English, about a database of fourteen files stored redundantly on several Datacomputers.

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