temporal database


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temporal database

(database)
A database that can store and retrieve temporal data, that is, data which depends on time in some way.

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LAGOS, or the LAke multi- scaled GeOSpatial and temporal database, includes information on 50,000 lakes in 17 U.
In spite of an extensive growth of the research interest in the area of temporal databases [5-8], there is no standard temporal database model till date.
While a temporal database tracks valid time, capturing data "as it happened in the real world," a bitemporal database involves valid time and system time.
Keywords: temporal database, NoSQL, database, big data, bi-temporal data
Temporal association helps to And the valuable relationship among the different item sets, in temporal database.
The pollutant data was structured and stored in the temporal database while Coimbatore digital map at a scale of 1:25000 was being uploaded and topologically structured using ArcView and ArcInfo GIS software.
The papers are organized by session topic, which include spatial and temporal database, access methods and storage management, similarity search, and query processing and optimization.
One legacy of the burgeoning role of geographical information science (GISc) is that the spatial and temporal database representations currently in use have been developed mainly in response to practical needs.
Once again Date et al discuss his issue in some depth in "Temporal Data and the Relational Model: A Detailed Investigation into the Application of Interval and Relation Theory to the Problem of Temporal Database Management" by C.
Thus, if our temporal database uses seconds as it lowest level of temporal granularity, this gives rise to 345,600 cases to represent just one statement--something that would quickly overwhelm ProbView.
What is needed is a temporal database system [Snodgrass and Ahn 1986].
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