Study of Supporting Sequences in DBMSs -- Data Model, Query Language, and Storage Management

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Many real life applications requires data that are inherently sequential. Sequential data exist in many domains such as temporal databases, execution monitors, trigger mechanisms, and list processing. Traditional database systems did not pay special attention to sequence data which results in tedious query expression and bad performance. This report… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lin1998StudyOS, title={Study of Supporting Sequences in DBMSs -- Data Model, Query Language, and Storage Management}, author={Ling Lin}, year={1998} }