Quad trees a data structure for retrieval on composite keys

@article{Finkel2004QuadTA,
  title={Quad trees a data structure for retrieval on composite keys},
  author={Raphael A. Finkel and Jon Louis Bentley},
  journal={Acta Informatica},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-9}
}
SummaryThe quad tree is a data structure appropriate for storing information to be retrieved on composite keys. We discuss the specific case of two-dimensional retrieval, although the structure is easily generalised to arbitrary dimensions. Algorithms are given both for staightforward insertion and for a type of balanced insertion into quad trees. Empirical analyses show that the average time for insertion is logarithmic with the tree size. An algorithm for retrieval within regions is presented… Expand
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