Faster and Smaller Two-Level Index for Network-Based Trajectories

@inproceedings{Rivera2018FasterAS,
  title={Faster and Smaller Two-Level Index for Network-Based Trajectories},
  author={Rodrigo Alvarez-Icaza Rivera and M. Andrea Rodr{\'i}guez and Diego Seco},
  booktitle={SPIRE},
  year={2018}
}
Two-level indexes have been widely used to handle trajectories of moving objects that are constrained to a network. The top-level of these indexes handles the spatial dimension, whereas the bottom level handles the temporal dimension. The latter turns out to be an instance of the interval-intersection problem, but it has been tackled by non-specialized spatial indexes. In this work, we propose the use of a compact data structure on the bottom level of these indexes. Our experimental evaluation… 
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