An Effective Method For Calculating Natural Adjacency Relation in Spatial Database

@inproceedings{Zhao2007AnEM,
  title={An Effective Method For Calculating Natural Adjacency Relation in Spatial Database},
  author={R. Zhao and Jiatian Li},
  booktitle={PAKDD},
  year={2007}
}
This paper explores the way in which natural adjacency relation, spatial database are closely integrated through the spatial index for spatial data querying and mining. A Delaunay triangulation approach for constructing spatial index is proposed, which overcomes the conflict between line-intersection computation and natural adjacency isn't satisfying constrained condition of Euclidean distance. Based on this approach, a spatial index prototype for discrete areal objects-Quad GridFile is… Expand
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