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Master of Science (MS)
Stephen W. Clyde
Synchronization of data across an integrated system of heterogeneous databases is a difficult but important task, especially in the context of integrating health care information throughout a region, state, or nation. This thesis describes the design and implementation of a data replication and synchronization tool, called the Sync Engine, which allows users to define custom data-sharing patterns and transformations for an integrated system of heterogeneous person-centric databases. This thesis also discusses the relationship between the Sync Engine's contributions and several relevant issues in the area of data integration and replication. The Sync Engine's design and implementation was validated by adapting it to CHARM, a real world integrated system currently in use at the Utah Department of Health.
Qiu, Xiangbin, "A Publish-Subscribe System for Data Replication and Synchronization Among Integrated Person-Centric Information Systems" (2010). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 620.
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