Finding Skylines for Incomplete Data

@inproceedings{Bharuka2013FindingSF,
  title={Finding Skylines for Incomplete Data},
  author={Rahul Bharuka and P. Sreenivasa Kumar},
  booktitle={ADC},
  year={2013}
}
In the last decade, skyline queries have been extensively studied for different domains because of their wide applications in multi-criteria decision making and search space pruning. A skyline query returns all the interesting points in a multi-dimensional data set that are not dominated by any other point with respect to all dimensions. However, real world data sets are seldom complete, i.e. data points often have missing values in one or more dimensions. Traditional skyline query processing… CONTINUE READING

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