Bert O. de Brock

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This paper introduces a general, set-theoretic model for expressing dynamic integrity constraints, i.e., integrity constraints on the state changes that are allowed in a given state space. In a managerial context, such dynamic integrity constraints can be seen as representations of ``real world'' constraints and business rules. This topic has important(More)
While specifications of queries are usually of a declarative nature (since the work of Codd in the early seventies), specifications of transactions are still mainly of an operational and descriptive nature. Especially descriptions of complex transactions (such as cascading deletes) tend to be very operational. Often these descriptions turn out to be(More)
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