Definitions of Line-Line Relations for Geographic Databases

@article{Egenhofer1993DefinitionsOL,
  title={Definitions of Line-Line Relations for Geographic Databases},
  author={Max J. Egenhofer},
  journal={IEEE Data Eng. Bull.},
  year={1993},
  volume={16},
  pages={16-21}
}
The management of spatial data in geographic information systems (GISs) gained increasing importance during the last decade. Due to the high complexity of objects and queries and also due to extremely large data volumes, geographic database systems impose stringent requirements on their storage and access architecture with respect to efficient spatial query processing. Geographic database systems are used in very different application environments. Therefore, it is not possible to find a… CONTINUE READING
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