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Course: CS 6340, Fall 2009
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Christoph Dr. F. Eick Graded Homework3 COSC 6340 Spring 2005 Due: Th., May 5, 9a (electronic submission) --- submit hardcopy during the Lab3 Demo! Last updated: April 25, 12:30a Remark: Points associated with particular problems are subject to change. 10) Clustering [14] Graded Assume we have to implement a natural join between two relations R1(A, B, C) and R2(A, D). A is the primary key for R2 and R1.A is a...

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