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A set of n colored objects (points/hyperboxes) lie in IR d and given a query orthogonal range q, we need to report the distinct colors of the objects in S ∩ q. In a scenarto where these colored objects also come associated with a weight, for each distinct color c of the objects in S ∩ q, the tuple < c, F(c) > where F(c) is the object of color c with the… (More)

Motivated by a crane assignment problem, we consider a Euclidean bipartite matching problem with edge-crossing constraints. Specically, given n red points and n blue points in the plane, we want to construct a perfect matching between red and blue points that minimizes the length of the longest edge, while imposing a constraint that no two edges may cross… (More)

Recent advances in various application fields, like GIS, finance and others, has lead to a large increase in both the volume and the characteristics of the data being collected. Hence, general range queries on these datasets are not sufficient enough to obtain good insights and useful information from the data. This leads to the need for more sophisticated… (More)

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