Semantic Modeling of Successive Events Applied to Version Management
J.H. ter Bekke

The semantic abstractions classification, aggregation and generalization are extremely useful for modeling complex situations containing time-independent events. This paper shows that they also can be used successfully for modeling of successive events. Here, two situations can be considered: ordering and sequencing. Both will be illustrated with practical examples on workflow and version/configuration management. The solutions do not require special constructs and can therefore be implemented in any programming environment.
Keywords: data modeling, semantic databases, ordering, sequencing, version modeling, workflow management, design data management.

Publication Data
Proceedings International Symposium on Cooperative Database Systems for Advanced Applications CODAS'96, pp.440-447
Book title: Cooperative Databases and Applications
Editors: Yahiko Kambayashi, Kazumasa Yokota
Publisher: World Scientific, Singapore
Year: 1997
ISBN: 981-02-3161-X

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