With the exception of a couple of survey articles of work done on bitemporal data, all references in this bibliography are to publications that I have read, and that I consider relevant to the topics discussed in this book. One benefit of a bibliography thus restricted is that my comments on each reference are my own comments, and not glosses on the comments of others. Another is that this bibliography may provide clues to any conceptual biases I may have, since these references indicate where the influences on my thought lie.

For example, I have been much influenced by the work of Richard Snodgrass on bitemporal data. On the other hand, in spite of their prominence, I fail to see much importance in work done by Chris Date and his ...

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