Slobodan Rasetic

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This paper addresses the problem of splitting trajectories optimally for the purpose of efficiently supporting spatio-temporal range queries using index structures (e.g., R-trees) that use minimum bounding hyper-rectangles as trajectory approximations. We derive a formal cost model for estimating the number of I/Os required to evaluate a spatio-temporal(More)
Metric spaces are very useful in spatial database, and other applications that deal with it. Especially when want to found object that are similar to other object. This condition does not handle the relative position that found in some tree, such that, R-Tree, R+-Tree, and R*-Tree. Instead of handling distances between objects, using Euclidean Distance to(More)
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