Querying about the Near Future Positions of Moving Objects

  title={Querying about the Near Future Positions of Moving Objects},
  author={Jing Guo and Wei Guo and Dongru Zhou},
  journal={First International Multi-Symposiums on Computer and Computational Sciences (IMSCCS'06)},
Moving objects continuously generate large amounts of spatio-temporal data. Maintaining and querying the location information of moving objects are a crucial problem. This paper focuses on the query problems of indexing structure for moving objects. The main focus of query processing is retrieval of approximate future movement information about moving objects that may be unavailable. First, a VPMR-tree is proposed for indexing the moving objects in road networks. Second, exponential smoothing… CONTINUE READING

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