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DBMS[me] [life-time records]

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2 Author(s)
Thompson, C.W. ; Arkansas Univ., USA ; Parkerson, P.

The article is concerned with time and the deluge of data that we can expect to collect and view. We examine this from the perspective of a subproblem, a database management system that records a person's life in its entirety - referred to here as DBMS[me] and E-me (that is, a database of me or an electronic model of me). Challenges for the DBMS[me] are to augment human memory by recording all data about an individual, to organize such data into models, and to develop security and privacy languages to control access to such models.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )