Detecting the Temporal Context of Queries

  title={Detecting the Temporal Context of Queries},
  author={Oliver Kennedy and Ying Yang and Jan Chomicki and Ronny Fehling and Zhen Hua Liu and Dieter Gawlick},
Business intelligence and reporting tools rely on a database that accurately mirrors the state of the world. Yet, even if the schema and queries are constructed in exacting detail, assumptions about the data made during extraction, transformation, and schema and query creation of the reporting database may be (accidentally) ignored by end users, or may change as the database evolves over time. As these assumptions are typically implicit (e.g., assuming that a sales record relation is appendonly… CONTINUE READING

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