Indexing methods for moving object databases: games and other applications

@inproceedings{Samet2013IndexingMF,
  title={Indexing methods for moving object databases: games and other applications},
  author={Hanan Samet and Jagan Sankaranarayanan and Michael Auerbach},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2013}
}
Moving object databases arise in numerous applications such as traffic monitoring, crowd tracking, and games. They all require keeping track of objects that move and thus the database of objects must be constantly updated. The cover fieldtree (more commonly known as the loose quadtree and the loose octree, depending on the dimension of the underlying space) is designed to overcome the drawback of spatial data structures that associate objects with their minimum enclosing quadtree (octree) cells… CONTINUE READING
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