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Almeida, Michael J. (2006) Incomplete Timestamps in Temporal Databases, Proceedings of the 2nd
 

Summary: Almeida, Michael J. (2006) Incomplete Timestamps in Temporal Databases,
Proceedings of the 2nd
International Advanced Database Conference, US Education
Service, pp. 93-98.
INCOMPLETE TIMESTAMPS IN TEMPORAL DATABASES
Michael J. Almeida
Fayetteville State University
Mathematics and Computer Science
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-672-1363
malmeida@uncfsu.edu
ABSTRACT: This paper addresses problems in
representing and reasoning about a type of temporal
indefiniteness that derives from having incomplete
timestamps for some states, where a timestamp is
called incomplete if it corresponds to only the
beginning, ending, or some other portion of the full
extent of the state. The approach to incomplete
timestamps described in this paper combines two

  

Source: Almeida, Michael J. - Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Fayetteville State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences