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When this book is used in a classroom environment, it is recommended that Unit 1 be used in its entirety and in the order presented. Depending on the scope of the class, selected information from Unit 2 should also be included based on the degree of heterogeneity discussed in the class. This track would most likely include all of Unit 1 (s 1 9) and at least some parts of s 10 and 11. If the class includes any implementation activities or implementation considerations, then once again we recommend that Unit 1 be included, but now s 10, 11, and 14 also have a signi cant contribution to make. This track should also include the appropriate chapters from Unit 3 based on the implementation platform chosen. In other words, it should include either the J2EE chapters (s 16 and 17), Microsoft .NET Framework-based chapters (s 18 and 19), or the JMS chapter ( 15). For readers planning to design their own DDBMS architecture in the real world, 1 and the chapters in Unit 2 (s 10 14) provide the necessary background to understand the architectural requirements of the system. Once again, the appropriate chapters from Unit 3 can be selected based on the development platform(s) selected for the reader s implementation. Readers working with an existing DDBMS architecture can use Unit 1 as a reference for the theoretical underpinnings behind the component and subsystem designs in their implementation. Unit 2 can be used to understand the architectural issues or perhaps to consider changes to their architecture. Unit 3 can be selected based on the existing development environments or perhaps to implement prototypes in an alternative development environment.
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