The Consensus Glossary of Temporal Database Concepts - February 1998 Version

@inproceedings{Jensen1997TheCG,
  title={The Consensus Glossary of Temporal Database Concepts - February 1998 Version},
  author={Christian S. Jensen and Curtis E. Dyreson and Michael H. B{\"o}hlen and James Clifford and Ramez A. Elmasri and Shashi K. Gadia and Fabio Grandi and Patrick J. Hayes and Sushil Jajodia and Wolfgang K{\"a}fer and Nick Kline and Nikos A. Lorentzos and Yannis G. Mitsopoulos and Angelo Montanari and Daniel A. Nonen and Elisa Peressi and Barbara Pernici and John F. Roddick and Nandlal L. Sarda and Maria Rita Scalas and Arie Segev and Richard T. Snodgrass and Michael D. Soo and Abdullah Uz Tansel and Paolo Tiberio and Gio Wiederhold},
  booktitle={Temporal Databases, Dagstuhl},
  year={1997}
}
This document1 contains definitions of a wide range of concepts specific to and widely used within temporal databases. In addition to providing definitions, the document also includes explanations of concepts as well as discussions of the adopted names. 
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