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In this paper we present a model for design transactions which is based on the notion of views on the database and which comprises active facilities to preserve consistency. For communication and documentation reasons views can be transfered between transactions and stored (restored) in (from) the database. We developed this transaction model for an interactive document management system called ADD. 350c69d7ab


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