Introducing an Annotated Bibliography on Temporal and Evolution Aspects in the World Wide Web

@article{Grandi2004IntroducingAA,
  title={Introducing an Annotated Bibliography on Temporal and Evolution Aspects in the World Wide Web},
  author={Fabio Grandi},
  journal={SIGMOD Record},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={84-86}
}
Time is a pervasive dimension of reality as everything evolves as time elapses. Information systems and applications at least mirror, and often have to capture, the time-varying and evolutionary nature of the phenomena they model and the activities they support. This aspect has been acknowledged and long studied in the field of temporal databases but it truly applies also to the World Wide Web, although it has not seemingly considered as a primary issue yet. However, several papers addressing… CONTINUE READING
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