Time Interval-Based Data

Authors:Mikesell, David, Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of Virginia Pfaltz, John, Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of Virginia

Our application is a global change simulation that models the carbon cycle. This model operates on dozens of parameters to calculate a measure of biological activity called net primary productivity. Data used as inputs to this model span dramatically different periods of time. To enable our application to reconcile differences in time scales, we have developed an interval - based representation of data, In this paper, we describe this representation, define operations on time intervals, and discuss how these operations affect parameters associated with time intervals.
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Mikesell, David, and John Pfaltz. "Time Interval-Based Data." University of Virginia Dept. of Computer Science Tech Report (2001).

University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science
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