Why which scenario would be better suited to a data

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such a scenario? Why? Which scenario would be better suited to a data-server architecture? Answer: With powerful clients, it still makes sense to have a client- server system, rather than a fully centralized system. If the data-server architecture is used, the powerful clients can off-load all the long and compute intensive transaction processing work from the server, freeing it to perform only the work of satisfying read-write requests. even if the transaction-server model is used, the clients still take care of the user-interface work, which is typically very compute-intensive. A fully distributed system might seem attractive in the presence of powerful clients, but client-server systems still have the advantage of simpler concurrency control and recovery schemes to be implemented 17
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18 Chapter 17 Database System Architectures on the server alone, instead of having these actions distributed in all the machines. 17.3 Consider a database system based on a client–server architecture, with the server acting as a data server. a. What is the effect of the speed of the interconnection between the client and the server on the choice between tuple and page shipping? b.
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