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File structures for on-line systems
|Statement||by David Lefkovitz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
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David Lefkovitz. Pages Direct Access Storage Devices On-Line File Update and Maintenance. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lefkovitz, David, File structures for on-line systems. New York, Spartan Books  (OCoLC) File structures for on-line systems book file system doesn't just store the files but also information about them, like the sector block size, fragment information, file size, attributes, file name, file location, and directory hierarchy.
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Chapter 7 of Salton's latest book contains a useful introduction to file organisation techniques. A general article on data structures of a more philosophical nature well worth reading is Mealey. A description of the use of a sequential file in an on-line environment may be found in Negus and Hall.
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