Moving Objects Databases: Issues and Solutions

  title={Moving Objects Databases: Issues and Solutions},
  author={Ouri Wolfson and Bo Xu and Sam Chamberlain and Liqin Jiang},
Consider a database that represents information about moving objects and their location. For example, for a database representing the location of taxi-cabs a typical query may be: retrieve the free cabs that are currently within 1 mile of 33 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago (to pickup a customer). In the military, moving objects database applications arise in the context of the digital battlefield, and in the civilian industry they arise in transportation 
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