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By F. Estrella, Z. Kovacs, J -M. Le Goff, R. McClatchey, M. Zsenei (auth.), Peter P. Chen, David W. Embley, Jacques Kouloumdjian, Stephen W. Liddle, John F. Roddick (eds.)

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The goal of the workshops linked to the ER'99 18th overseas convention on Conceptual Modeling is to offer individuals entry to excessive point displays on really good, scorching, or rising clinical subject matters. 3 subject matters were chosen during this recognize: — Evolution and alter in facts administration (ECDM'99) facing han­ dling the evolution of information and information constitution, — opposite Engineering in info structures (REIS'99) aimed toward exploring the problems raised through legacy structures, — the area vast net and Conceptual Modehng (WWWCM'99) which ana­ lyzes the mutual contribution of WWW assets and strategies with con­ ceptual modeling. ER'99 has been geared up in order that there isn't any overlap among convention ses­ sions and the workshops. as a result individuals can persist with either the convention and the workshop displays they're attracted to. i want to thank the ER'99 application co-chairs, Jacky Akoka and Mokrane Bouzeghoub for having given me the chance to prepare those workshops. i'd additionally wish to thank Stephen Liddle for his helpful assist in handling the review method for submitted papers and supporting to organize the workshop lawsuits for booklet. August 1999 Jacques Kouloumdjian Preface for ECDM'99 the 1st a part of this quantity includes the court cases of the 1st overseas Workshop on Evolution and alter in info administration, ECDM'99, which was once held at the side of the 18th foreign convention on Conceptual Modehng (ER'99) in Paris, France, November 15-18, 1999.

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Value operator allows to update the effective history of a transaction-time property instance. Operation set_value(v) applied to a transaction-time property instance, replaces its effective history by a new history, identical to the old one except that it maps the current instant to value V. If needed, the growth status of the property instance is turned on. Evolution of valid-time p r o p e r t y instances Unlike transaction-time properties, the observation domain of a valid-time property instance does not evolve automatically with the system clock.

2 Temporal objects' observation domain evolution The observation domain of transaction-time objects evolves automatically with the system clock in a similar way as that of transaction-time property instances. More precisely, each transaction-time object has a growth status, which may be On or Off. Conceptually, while a transaction-time object is On, the current instant is added to its observation domain at each system clock tick. on and turn_off allow to modify the value of the growth status of a transaction-time object.

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