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Technical report TR95-13. In this work, we present a uniform behavioral temporal object model which includes a rich and extensible set of types and behaviors to support various notions of time. Our temporal model supports the continuous and discrete domains of time. It also supports various...
Technical report TR94-15. In this paper we describe an implementation of a temporal relational database management system based on attribute timestamping. For this purpose we modify an existing software which supports set-valued attributes. The algebraic language of the system includes...
Technical report TR96-03. Most of the work in modeling time in information systems has concentrated on issues such as support for historical information and providing query facilities to manipulate such information. In doing so, some simplistic view of the underling nature of time has been...
Temporality in Object Database Management Systems
Technical report TR98-04. Conventional databases represent the state of an enterprise at one particular point in time. That is, they contain only current data. As a database changes, out-of-date information, representing past states of the enterprise, is discarded. However, temporal support is a...
Technical report TR96-02. Video modeling has become a topic of increasing interest in the area of multimedia research. One of the key aspects in the video medium is the temporal relationship between video frames. In this report1 we propose a tree based model for specifying spatial and temporal...