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Temporal Database Management

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Temporal Database Management
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Publisher: Aalborg University
Number of pages: 1323

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This publication covers four topics: the semantics of temporal data, the design of data models and languages for temporal data, the design of databases expressed in terms of temporal data models as well as temporally enhanced design of conventional databases, and the effective and efficient implementation of temporal data models and languages.

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