What’s An Object

What’s An Object

Since detailed knowledge is required for routine decision-making duties, subsequently information must be current and entry latency should be minimized. It is so because the delay in the discovery of real-world adjustments ends in delayed propagation of those modifications to the DW. Hence, DWs could suffer from the issue of temporal consistency when the real-world changes are found after a delay. For consistency causes, analytical functions require temporal components in the information model. A temporally constant data representation is a steady view of historical knowledge at any time no matter propagation delays. Temporally consistent information is subsequently a key aspect of comparison.

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