Mixed fragmentation, Database Management System

Mixed fragmentation:Sometimes, horizontal fragmentation or vertical fragmentation of a database schema by itself is insufficient to sufficiently distribute the data for some applications. In its place, mixed or hybrid fragmentation is needed. Mixed fragmentation having of a horizontal fragment that is  vertically fragmented, or a vertical fragment that is then horizontally fragmented.

 

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