Given a reverse chronologically ordered list of computer generated events (logs), what would be good technical synonyms to express recent events and old events?
These events form a history that programmers analyze. So I refer to recent events as recent history, and old events as old history.
I am writing a paper on the topic and I got feedback that the word "old" is inadequate and hints too much at social aging aspects.
Example usages: "Reasons for using the recent and old history of events". "We define old history as the set of events older than 2 weeks" "Both old and recent events show the following property: ..." "People access old event history for ..."