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Managing Time in Relational Databases by Randall Weis, Tom Johnston

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16. Conclusion
Seamless Access to Temporal Data381
Encapsulation of Temporal Data Structures and Processes383
Design Encapsulation384
Maintenance Encapsulation386
Query Encapsulation387
The Internalization of Pipeline Datasets388
Performance390
Enterprise Contextualization390
Asserted Versioning as a Bridge and as a Destination391
Asserted Versioning as a Bridge391
Asserted Versioning as a Destination392
Ongoing Research and Development393
Going Forward396
Glossary References396
In the Preface, we listed four objectives for this book. Those objectives were to explain how to support:
(i) Seamless access to temporal data;
(ii) The encapsulation of temporal data structures and processes;
(iii) The internalization of pipeline datasets; and
(iv) The enterprise ...

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