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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The interest in and user demand for temporal databases have only increased with time; unfortunately, DBMS vendors and standard groups have not moved aggressively to extend their systems with support for transaction-time or valid-time. This can be partially attributed to the expected major R&D costs to add temporal support to RDBMS by directly extending the database engine. The newly introduced SQL:2003 standards have actually significantly enhanced our ability to support temporal applicationsdoi:10.1007/11827405_66 fatcat:v2dvdcco3rbj7pmpm5uewiejlm