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MCQ: Database system which supports majority of concurrent users is classified as

  1. multiuser system
  2. multi-function system
  3. multi transaction system
  4. client and disk server system

A

MCQ: Objects in DBMS belongs to same structure and behaves in same way are considered as

  1. same class objects
  2. different structure objects
  3. behavioral structure objects
  4. classical structure objects

A

MCQ: Type of legacy data model in which data is represented as record types and limited one to many relationships is called

  1. network relational models
  2. legacy network model
  3. hierarchy models
  4. network model

D

MCQ: DBMS in which systems involved are coupled together while having local autonomy is classified as

  1. single usage DBMS
  2. non-classical DBMS
  3. classical DBMS
  4. federated DBMS

D

MCQ: Same class objects are arranged and organized in a way called

  1. acyclic structures
  2. hierarchies
  3. acyclic graphs
  4. both b and c

D