Integrating multiple calendars using tau-ZAMAN

  title={Integrating multiple calendars using tau-ZAMAN},
  author={Bedirhan Urgun and Curtis E. Dyreson and Richard T. Snodgrass and Jessica K. Miller and Nick Kline and Michael D. Soo and Christian S. Jensen},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
Programmers are increasingly interested in developing applications that can be used internationally. Part of the internationalization effort is the ability to engineer applications to use dates and times that conform to local calendars yet can inter-operate with dates and times in other calendars, for instance between the Gregorian and Islamic calendars. τ ZAMAN is a system that provides a natural languageand calendar-independent framework for integrating multiple calendars. τ ZAMAN performs… CONTINUE READING


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