Evolution of data models


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SCHEK, Hans-Jörg, Marc SCHOLL, 2005. Evolution of data models. In: BLASER, Albrecht, ed.. Database Systems of the 90s. Berlin, Heidelberg:Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 135-153. ISBN 978-3-540-53397-9

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