Temporal Database Management (Christian S. Jensen)

 
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Temporal Database Management (Christian S. Jensen)

The book demonstrates how to make bi-temporal data's rich information content accessible to business users while streamlining its design, upkeep, and retrieval.

Direct modeling of temporal data is no longer required thanks to metadata declarations. Code that can be used to update bi-temporal data in any database and from any application program, across the company, is segregated for temporary data maintenance. The bi-temporal data structures presented in this book can be used by anyone who can construct queries against traditional data.

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