Bitemporal Anchor Modeling

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Bitemporal Anchor Modeling is a Bitemporal Modeling extension of Anchor Modeling in which information about changes to the database is kept, along with the already present features for handling evolving information. When implemented in a relational database, updates and deletes become non-destructive operations making it is possible to query information as it was stored at any given point in time.