Efficient Compression and Indexing of Trajectories

@inproceedings{Brisaboa2017EfficientCA,
  title={Efficient Compression and Indexing of Trajectories},
  author={N. Brisaboa and T. Gagie and Adri{\'a}n G{\'o}mez-Brand{\'o}n and G. Navarro and J. Param{\'a}},
  booktitle={SPIRE},
  year={2017}
}
We present a new compressed representation of free trajectories of moving objects. It combines a partial-sums-based structure that retrieves in constant time the position of the object at any instant, with a hierarchical minimum-bounding-boxes representation that allows determining if the object is seen in a certain rectangular area during a time period. Combined with spatial snapshots at regular intervals, the representation is shown to outperform classical ones by orders of magnitude in space… Expand
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