The attached patch updates three books in the Bibliography to their
most recent editions.  Publication information obtained from the
following sites:

The Practical SQL Handbook, Bowman et al
http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0201703092,00.html

An Introduction to Database Systems, Date
http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0321197844,00.html

Fundamentals of Database Systems, Elmasri & Navathe
http://www.aw-bc.com/catalog/academic/product/0,1144,0321122267,00.html

-- 
Michael Fuhr
http://www.fuhr.org/~mfuhr/
Index: doc/src/sgml/biblio.sgml
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--- doc/src/sgml/biblio.sgml    20 Feb 2005 18:02:24 -0000
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*** 23,33 ****
     <title><acronym>SQL</acronym> Reference Books</title>
     <para>Reference texts for <acronym>SQL</acronym> features.</para>
  
!    <biblioentry id="BOWMAN93">
      <title>The Practical <acronym>SQL</acronym> Handbook</title>
!     <titleabbrev>Bowman et al, 1996</titleabbrev>
!     <subtitle>Using Structured Query Language</subtitle>
!     <edition>Third Edition</edition>
      <authorgroup>
       <author>
        <firstname>Judith</firstname>
--- 23,33 ----
     <title><acronym>SQL</acronym> Reference Books</title>
     <para>Reference texts for <acronym>SQL</acronym> features.</para>
  
!    <biblioentry id="BOWMAN01">
      <title>The Practical <acronym>SQL</acronym> Handbook</title>
!     <titleabbrev>Bowman et al, 2001</titleabbrev>
!     <subtitle>Using SQL Variants</subtitle>
!     <edition>Fourth Edition</edition>
      <authorgroup>
       <author>
        <firstname>Judith</firstname>
***************
*** 42,55 ****
        <surname>Darnovsky</surname>
       </author>
      </authorgroup>
!     <isbn>0-201-44787-8</isbn>
!     <pubdate>1996</pubdate>
      <publisher>
!      <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
      </publisher>
      <copyright>
!      <year>1996</year>
!      <holder>Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc.</holder>
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
--- 42,54 ----
        <surname>Darnovsky</surname>
       </author>
      </authorgroup>
!     <isbn>0-201-70309-2</isbn>
!     <pubdate>2001</pubdate>
      <publisher>
!      <publishername>Addison-Wesley Professional</publishername>
      </publisher>
      <copyright>
!      <year>2001</year>
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
***************
*** 79,108 ****
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
!    <biblioentry id="DATE94">
      <title>An Introduction to Database Systems</title>
!     <titleabbrev>Date, 1994</titleabbrev>
!     <edition>Sixth Edition</edition>
      <authorgroup>
       <author>
        <firstname>C. J.</firstname>
        <surname>Date</surname>
       </author>
      </authorgroup>
!     <volumenum>Volume 1</volumenum>
!     <pubdate>1994</pubdate>
      <publisher>
       <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
      </publisher>
      <copyright>
!      <year>1994</year>
!      <holder>Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc.</holder>
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
!   <biblioentry id="ELMA99">
     <title>Fundamentals of Database Systems</title>
!    <edition>3rd Edition</edition>
     <authorgroup>
      <author>
       <firstname>Ramez</firstname>
--- 78,107 ----
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
!    <biblioentry id="DATE04">
      <title>An Introduction to Database Systems</title>
!     <titleabbrev>Date, 2004</titleabbrev>
!     <edition>Eighth Edition</edition>
      <authorgroup>
       <author>
        <firstname>C. J.</firstname>
        <surname>Date</surname>
       </author>
      </authorgroup>
!     <isbn>0-321-19784-4</isbn>
!     <pubdate>2003</pubdate>
      <publisher>
       <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
      </publisher>
      <copyright>
!      <year>2004</year>
!      <holder>Pearson Education, Inc.</holder>
      </copyright>
     </biblioentry>
  
!   <biblioentry id="ELMA04">
     <title>Fundamentals of Database Systems</title>
!    <edition>Fourth Edition</edition>
     <authorgroup>
      <author>
       <firstname>Ramez</firstname>
***************
*** 113,123 ****
       <surname>Navathe</surname>
      </author>
     </authorgroup>
!    <isbn>0-805-31755-4</isbn>
!    <pubdate>August 1999</pubdate>
     <publisher>
      <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
     </publisher>
    </biblioentry>
  
     <biblioentry id="MELT93">
--- 112,125 ----
       <surname>Navathe</surname>
      </author>
     </authorgroup>
!    <isbn>0-321-12226-7</isbn>
!    <pubdate>2003</pubdate>
     <publisher>
      <publishername>Addison-Wesley</publishername>
     </publisher>
+    <copyright>
+     <year>2004</year>
+    </copyright>
    </biblioentry>
  
     <biblioentry id="MELT93">
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--- doc/src/sgml/geqo.sgml      20 Feb 2005 18:02:24 -0000
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*** 302,308 ****
  
      <listitem>
       <para>
!       <xref linkend="ELMA99">
       </para>
      </listitem>
  
--- 302,308 ----
  
      <listitem>
       <para>
!       <xref linkend="ELMA04">
       </para>
      </listitem>
  
Index: doc/src/sgml/sql.sgml
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--- doc/src/sgml/sql.sgml       20 Feb 2005 18:02:25 -0000
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*** 647,653 ****
      <para>
       For a more detailed description and definition of the relational
       algebra refer to [<xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">] or
!      [<xref linkend="DATE94" endterm="DATE94">].
      </para>
  
      <example>
--- 647,653 ----
      <para>
       For a more detailed description and definition of the relational
       algebra refer to [<xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">] or
!      [<xref linkend="DATE04" endterm="DATE04">].
      </para>
  
      <example>
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*** 714,720 ****
       the one underlying the most relational languages. For a detailed
       discussion on <acronym>DRC</acronym> (and also
       <acronym>TRC</acronym>) see
!      <xref linkend="DATE94" endterm="DATE94">
       or
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
--- 714,720 ----
       the one underlying the most relational languages. For a detailed
       discussion on <acronym>DRC</acronym> (and also
       <acronym>TRC</acronym>) see
!      <xref linkend="DATE04" endterm="DATE04">
       or
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
***************
*** 772,778 ****
       algorithm</quote>) by which an arbitrary expression of the relational
       calculus can be reduced to a semantically equivalent expression of
       relational algebra. For a more detailed discussion on that refer to
!      <xref linkend="DATE94" endterm="DATE94">
       and
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
--- 772,778 ----
       algorithm</quote>) by which an arbitrary expression of the relational
       calculus can be reduced to a semantically equivalent expression of
       relational algebra. For a more detailed discussion on that refer to
!      <xref linkend="DATE04" endterm="DATE04">
       and
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
***************
*** 2076,2082 ****
       <xref linkend="SIM98" endterm="SIM98">
       for a more detailed
       description). For more information about system catalogs refer to
!      <xref linkend="DATE94" endterm="DATE94">.
      </para>
     </sect2>
  
--- 2076,2082 ----
       <xref linkend="SIM98" endterm="SIM98">
       for a more detailed
       description). For more information about system catalogs refer to
!      <xref linkend="DATE04" endterm="DATE04">.
      </para>
     </sect2>
  
***************
*** 2142,2148 ****
       For a detailed discussion on embedded <acronym>SQL</acronym>
       refer to
       <xref linkend="DATE97" endterm="DATE97">,
!      <xref linkend="DATE94" endterm="DATE94">,
       or
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
--- 2142,2148 ----
       For a detailed discussion on embedded <acronym>SQL</acronym>
       refer to
       <xref linkend="DATE97" endterm="DATE97">,
!      <xref linkend="DATE04" endterm="DATE04">,
       or
       <xref linkend="ULL88" endterm="ULL88">.
      </para>
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