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Authors: Clifford, James
Croker, Albert
Issue Date: Oct-1988
Publisher: Stern School of Business, New York University
Series/Report no.: IS-88-99
Abstract: Two recent lines of database research, proceeding independently, have been concerned with providing a richer, more intuitive view of information at the user level. Historical database research has focused on ways to provide users with a view of information anchored and evolving in the temporal dimension. Object-oriented database research focuses on encapsulating both the structure and the behavior of the objects that users intend to model. In this paper we explore how these two lines of research might be brought together, providing to the user the representation and management of objects in time.
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