What are stored and derived attributes, Data Structure & Algorithms

What are stored and derived attributes? 

Stored attributes: The attributes kept in a data base are called stored attributes. 

Derived attributes: The attributes that are derived from the kept attributes are known as derived attributes.  

 

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