An annotation management system for relational databases

@article{Bhagwat2004AnAM,
  title={An annotation management system for relational databases},
  author={Deepavali Bhagwat and Laura Chiticariu and Wang Chiew Tan and Gaurav Vijayvargiya},
  journal={The VLDB Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={14},
  pages={373-396}
}
We present an annotation management system for relational databases. In this system, every piece of data in a relation is assumed to have zero or more annotations associated with it and annotations are propagated along, from the source to the output, as data is being transformed through a query. Such an annotation management system could be used for understanding the provenance (aka lineage) of data, who has seen or edited a piece of data or the quality of data, which are useful functionalities… CONTINUE READING
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