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<p>Transaction time is used for time stamping object values to record their database history and formulate a zero information loss model for database transactions. The model consists of three components, a data history store, an update store, and a query store. In such a model, the effect of a past transaction (a query or an update) can be determined at any time. Additionally, the update and query stores make it possible to reconstruct the circumstances of updates and the information divulged in queries. Such a model is suitable for the design of secure, easy-to-audit database systems.</p>
relational database systems; transaction time; zero information loss; time stamping object values; zero information loss model; database transactions; data history store; update store; query store; relational databases; security of data; transaction processing

S. Gadia and G. Bhargava, "Relational Database Systems with Zero Information Loss," in IEEE Transactions on Knowledge & Data Engineering, vol. 5, no. , pp. 76-87, 1993.
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