These were the instructions and the attached outline was developed after the topic was selected. Develop a paper from the outline attached.
Each student will review the literature of a topic on distributed database systems, identify a problem of academic interest, investigate, and propose solutions to the problem, and present conclusions that can withstand academic scrutiny. The paper must contain a thorough investigation of key aspects of the problem. If possible, relate the topic to professional experiences or prior research. The end-product should result in a report that is suitable for publication.
1. Acceptable topics must be in the subject of Distributed Databases. Topics not directly related to Distributed Databases will be rejected. Samples topics that would be accepted include: Querying Distributed Databases, Consistency in Distributed Databases, Recovery of Distributed Databases, NoSQL Distributed Databases, or similar. Feel free to find other topics, but the topic must be concerning Distributed Databases and have the correct number and type of articles.
2. Provide the search term(s) and the number of search results found from the library. Use selections for full text and scholarly journals. Limit the results to dates from 2015 to 2022. An acceptable goal is 25-200 results of which you will later select 10-20 articles for your final research paper. Too few results and your paper will not have enough research references and too many results means your topic is too broad. Please remember, this is a research paper which means write about the research you did on Distributed Databases. Do not write a paper with topics you think should be in the paper and try to justify with references.
3. What research questions did you consider to help you focus on your topic?
4. Why do you believe your research topic is not too broad or too narrow?
Consistency in databases
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